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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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By Tyler Norris The best part of online classes is being able to wear whatever you want. Finding different ways to have fun has not been a challenge thanks to video games. Various activities keep...
By Meghan Smith At McPherson College, our cafeteria and dorm life are a little different from how they were before COVID-19 regulations were implemented. In my opinion, both of these staple college functions have remained similar, but have made some much-needed improvements due to the pandemic. The cafeteria has made steps to reduce the...
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 until students start eating up until they are finished. I don’t have a meal plan, so I haven’t been in...
By Alyssa Lambert With school being online and living off-campus with a part-time job that gives me full-time hours, it seems I don’t have much time to feel isolated or lonely. I don’t have time for myself during the day. With work and school getting in the way of one another, I rarely have...