How to Adjust Pets Back to Normal Life

By: Alisha Lai It’s no secret that during the Covid-19 Pandemic, pet ownership has soared. Many people have found that there are significant emotional benefits from adopting and caring for a pet. Now that the virus is retreating and life in returning to (somewhat) normal, the adjustment back to regular life for the furry friend begins. For starters, pets have gotten used to their humans … Continue reading How to Adjust Pets Back to Normal Life

Space Jam 2

By: Lyle Alenstein On November 10th, 1996, the original Space Jam was released starring one of the greatest athletes of all time: basketball player Michael Jordan. Just in case you didn’t know, his “Royal Airness” is a 6-time NBA champion, 6-time finals MVP, 5-time NBA MVP and a 14-time All-Star. The Warner Bros production featured many other famous basketball players in the film such as … Continue reading Space Jam 2

March Madness Recap

By: Giovanni Culotta For sports fans across America, the month of March is a godsend. Why? Because it’s bracket time. The NCAA tournament, or “March Madness,” draws viewers of all ages to their TV screens, following as many games as possible. Fans everywhere were anxiously waiting for the tournament after last year’s was cancelled due to the COVID-19 lockdown. This year’s tourney was defined by … Continue reading March Madness Recap

Megan Rapinoe Takes Fight to Congress

By: Rebecca Kratz According to the National Women’s Law Center, women working full time, year-round are on average paid 82 cents for every dollar paid to men. Megan Rapinoe, the captain of the US women’s soccer team, has continued her fight for equal pay for female athletes. To draw attention to this unequal distribution of prize money, she used her team’s 4th World Cup Victory … Continue reading Megan Rapinoe Takes Fight to Congress

Biden’s First Moves

By: Charlotte Baer The Biden administration has been running rampant, attempting to undo 4 years of Trumpism, both with policy and rhetoric. President Joe Biden has signed a plethora of executive orders, actions, and memorandums. Most of these are aimed at addressing the Coronavirus pandemic and reversing many of Donald Trump’s executive orders. The executive actions Biden has taken in the first days of his … Continue reading Biden’s First Moves