Wednesday, March 3, 2021

Roman Orsini

Trusting your gut: intuition or nonsense?

A growing body of research suggests that our gut instincts deserve some real attention as we navigate through the critical decisions and actions life requires.

Students attend annual Sigma Tau Delta conference

Thirty members of the College’s chapter of Sigma Tau Delta, the international English honor society, attended the Sigma Tau Delta 2016 International Convention in Minneapolis, Minn., from Wednesday, March 2, to Saturday, March 5. The event hosted 612 students from 189 colleges around the country who presented their original works and participated in roundtable discussions.

Justice Scalia’s death sparks conspiracy

Associate Justice to the Supreme Court Antonin Scalia, 79, died at a ranch in west Texas on Saturday.

Federal Reserve chair recommends caution

Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen imparted a more cautionary tone than she had in some of her previous meetings, outlining several factors opposed to continued economic growth.

Massive pharmaceutical companies converge

Pfizer and Allergan merged to create the world’s largest drug company by market value at $300 billion.

Stock markets see worst trading day in years

By Roman Orsini Staff Writer As the stock market opened on Monday, Aug. 24, a global series of sell-offs sent the Dow Jones Industrial Average, a...

White House computers breached by Russians

By Roman Orsini Staff Writer Russian hackers breached a White House computer system on Wednesday, April 8, CNN reported. The breach is considered among the most...

Largest African election takes place in Nigeria

By Roman Orsini Staff Writer Nigeria held its presidential election on Saturday, March 28. As the most populous democracy in Africa, this was among the largest...

Crisis in Yemen prompts military investigation

By Roman Orsini Staff Writer  In Yemen, a rebel insurgency called the Houthis took over the capital, Sana’a, after a coup’ d’etat which began last September....

Israeli Prime Minister speaks up about US and Iran

By Roman Orsini Staff Writer  Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke before Congress about the ongoing U.S. nuclear negotiations with Iran on Tuesday, March 3. Netanyahu...

Turkish military rescues ancient tomb in Syria

By Roman Orsini Staff Writer The Turkish military sent a convoy into northern Syria to retrieve a thirteenth-century tomb at risk of being besieged by Islamic...

Gay marriage ban challenged by Alabama courts

By Roman Orsini Staff Writer In Alabama, a challenge from the federal government to the state’s ban on same-sex marriage is underway. In some counties, gay...

New law in Britain allows for ‘three-parent’ babies

By Roman Orsini Staff Writer Lawmakers in Britain’s House of Commons voted in favor of an in vitro fertilization procedure which uses the DNA of three...

Saudi Arabian King dies after treatment failure

By Roman Orsini Staff Writer Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud died during treatment for pneumonia on Friday, Jan. 23. The 90-year-old led the...

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