#BlackLivesMatter: One student’s perspective to bring positive change

On May 25, 2020, 46-year-old George Floyd died in downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota, after video showed police officer Derek Chauvin pinning Floyd to the ground with his knee on his neck. Police had been called after Floyd apparently tried to use a counterfeit $20 bill to purchase cigarettes. In the graphic video of the altercation filmed … More #BlackLivesMatter: One student’s perspective to bring positive change

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Underclassmen share thoughts, opinions on termination of in-person classes

When I learned that March 13 would be my last day of school for, what was at the time, just three weeks, I suppressed the thought. As I went through my day and as I went to each of my classes, I tried to shut out the idea that I wouldn’t be at my favorite … More Underclassmen share thoughts, opinions on termination of in-person classes

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Stay home, keep others healthy: Social distancing doesn’t exclude personal exceptionalism

On March 12, Ohio governor Mike DeWine and Director of the Ohio Department of Health, Amy Acton ordered all schools to be closed for three weeks after the confirmation of Ohio’s fifth case of COVID-19. This would soon inspire further restrictions for social gatherings such as a temporary ban on visitors in hospitals, jails, nursing … More Stay home, keep others healthy: Social distancing doesn’t exclude personal exceptionalism

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