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By Alex Goodloe With the election buzz, Transgender advocates are starting to have mixed emotions. They are hoping for President Donald Trump’s defeat but also fear for the future if he remains in office. Shannon Minter, a transgender attorney with the National Center for Lesbian Rights, says, “Trump intends to use the full power...
By Brittany Merkel and Shannon Russell Throughout history, at one point or another, every generation has faced tragedy. Since some nursing homes are closed or not allowing visitors, we asked our grandparents about hard times they experienced while they were growing up compared to today.      ...
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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. She received the annual teaching award for tenured faculty this year at McPherson College. Even though Bowman has been off-campus,...
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 and how students are still determined to get their education and play sports. While I think it is difficult to...
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 something I don’t want to reflect on until it’s over. It’s devastating that we’re a part of history because of...
By David Ross From what I’ve seen and heard about the historic nature of what is happening on school campuses around the world, some just aren’t handling this the right way; they aren’t taking the right precautions and it shows. The team we played last Saturday missed a whole month of competition because they’ve...
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 kick back, but this year, due to the pandemic, there are new rules and guidelines we have to follow. Seating...
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, stress is high in faculty, staff and students. Everyone as a whole has been more online than in person, and...
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