Friday, June 25, 2021

Viktoria Ristanovic

Seniors share goals to complete before graduating

For seniors at the College, this year brings a lot of lasts. The last time they’ll eat at Eickhoff Dining Hall, study into the early-morning hours at the library and organize campus events with their favorite clubs — their time at the College is winding down and there’s not much time left to do things as a student.

Classic Signals: C-Store offers variety of quick snacks

From freshly brewed coffee and bagels to pastries and veggies, the C-Store has it all.

Trump sues to prevent release of financial records

On April 22, President Donald Trump and his organization filed a lawsuit to prevent U.S. lawmakers from acquiring the president’s financial records from an accounting firm that he used to assemble his financial statements.

Trump labels Iranian military force as terrorist group

President Donald Trump announced on April 8 that he would be labeling an important and elite Iranian military force as a foreign terrorist organization, according to Politico.

China bans fentanyl, completes pledge to U.S.

On April 1, China declared all varieties of fentanyl as controlled substances and would officially ban the opioid from the country starting on May 1, according to The New York Times.

Cruise line under investigation after evacuation at sea

On March 25, Norwegian authorities launched an investigation on why the Viking Ocean Cruises cruise ship set sail despite storm warnings and why it experienced a power blackout while out at sea.

Mueller report finds no proof of collusion with Russia

On Sunday, March 24, Attorney General William P. Barr. announced that Special Counsel Robert Mueller did not find sufficient proof that President Donald Trump or his aides colluded with Russia to interfere with the 2016 election, according to The New York Times.

Studying abroad allows for cultural immersion

After spending three weeks abroad in Italy during a Maymester program this past spring and summer, I came back as a changed person. The way I viewed culture, history and the world was completely different from the way I viewed life before my trip.

NFL Patriots owner pleads not guilty to solicitation charges

According to the Palm Beach County court documents, New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft has pleaded not guilty on Thursday, Feb. 28 to his two charges of solicitation prostitution, Sporting News reported.

Foreign cyber hackers target major U.S. companies

Chinese and Iranian hackers have been targeting U.S. businesses and government agencies with cyberattacks. Security experts suspect these attacks were triggered by President Donald Trump’s “withdrawal from the (2015) Iran nuclear deal last year and

Power outage in Brooklyn jail evokes protests

On Jan. 27, the Brooklyn Metropolitan Detention Center suffered a small electrical fire in a second-floor control room, which caused a week-long power outage in one of its buildings for male inmates, according to NBC News.

Footbridge collapses over main Miami road, kills six

A pedestrian bridge near downtown Miami collapsed on March 15, killing six people and injuring at least 10, according to CNN.

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