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By Tyler Norris The best part of online classes is being able to wear whatever you want. Finding different ways to have fun...

A defining moment

By Alyssa Lambert Looking back at the beginning of this pandemic with the Coronavirus, and where we are now is a big step in our lives. I’d imagine for colleges all around the world,...

A semester like no other

By David Ross This 2020 fall semester at McPherson college is definitely like no other. All of the new guidelines and procedures are from the McPherson County Health Department. It’s a must that the...

Changes all around

By David Ross This year is completely different as far as the cafeteria experience. Last year the football team would be in there for hours after practice, pull chairs up and just relax and...
By Elle Barrett I haven’t really thought much about the historic nature of what’s happening globally with COVID-19. I feel like this year has been more tragic than anything and I see it as...
By Meghan Smith Throughout my college career, one professor has stood out to me, and that was Dr. Becki Bowman. Bowman has an autoimmune disease which has led her to teach solely from home....
By Elle Barrett I have no idea what the cafeteria is like. I know the students have certain times schedules for them to eat depending on their classes. Masks are supposed to be worn...

College during a pandemic

By Meghan Smith Student life isn’t what it used to be on the McPherson College campus. Our main rule for COVID-19 compliance is wearing masks at all times around campus. Whether in class, walking...

The only MC I’ve known

By Elle Barrett I think the most difficult part about school today is there are a lot of distractions aside from being in a pandemic. The technology we have today is a blessing and...

History is being made

By Meghan Smith On school campuses around the nation and world, history is being made. I think the historic nature of what is happening on these school campuses is their response to the pandemic...