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2020 Election Results

2020 Election Results
Alex Iannone and James Howe November 4, 2020

Students react to the presidential election

Students react to the presidential election
Sarah Baldwin and Jess Kaplan November 4, 2020

With college campuses as the driver behind many social and economic justice campaigns nationwide, it is no surprise that the University has experienced a wave of heightened activism in the weeks leading...

Instagram inspiration from student-run accounts

Instagram inspiration from student-run accounts
Libby Darrell, Special Features Editor October 28, 2020

Although COVID-19 restrictions have made this semester feel isolating, students at the University should not lose touch of all their amazing accomplishments. While we must remain prudent in terms of gatherings...

De-stress and express with creative writing

De-stress and express with creative writing
Libby Darrell, Special Features Editor October 28, 2020

The stress of the pandemic has prompted many University students to try a variety of new methods of solitary relaxation. Some students have found solace through artistic tasks, such as painting, photography...

Biden vs. Trump: On the issues

Biden vs. Trump: On the issues
Sarah Baldwin and Jess Kaplan October 21, 2020

With the presidential election a mere two weeks away, many remain undecided about who aligns most closely with their political ideals. Democratic Presidential nominee and former Vice President Joe Biden,...

Campus gets political

Campus gets political
Anna DeNelsky, Contributing Writer October 21, 2020

At the University, students, faculty and staff work hard to ensure that a diverse array of thoughts, cultures and perspectives are represented. With the upcoming election, it is important to encourage...

Educating about the Equality Votes campaign

Educating about the Equality Votes campaign
Bel Carden, Senior Writer October 14, 2020

Discussion around voting often focuses on Election Day. However, an important component of that process happens before actually voting – the whole procedure, in reality, begins with registration. In...

Local election spotlight: Katie Evans

Local election spotlight: Katie Evans
Sarah Baldwin and Jess Kaplan October 14, 2020

With just over three weeks remaining until the Nov. 3 general election, the 2020 presidential election – one of the most decisive in modern history – naturally remains at the forefront of the national...

LGBTQ History Month: A preview of October

LGBTQ History Month: A preview of October
Libby Darrell, Special Features Editor October 7, 2020

Even amidst the ongoing pandemic, the University’s various resources and organizations on campus have tried to make campus life as normal as possible. Part of creating a “normal” atmosphere at the...

LGBTQ+ resources on campus

LGBTQ+ resources on campus
Sahana Paravantavida, Contributing Writer October 7, 2020

In addition to the Office of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans* and Queer resources, the University offers a wide range of additional support systems to welcome all students who are members of the LGBTQ+ community...

What’s happening at the Campus Theatre?

What's happening at the Campus Theatre?
Libby Darrell, Special Features Editor September 30, 2020

During quarantine this past spring and summer, many of us were not only lonely but also profoundly bored, constantly searching for ways to fill the time. As a result of this newfound freedom, television...

The sound of music, the moves of dance

The sound of music, the moves of dance
Libby Darrell, Special Features Editor September 30, 2020

With more than 60 majors and 70 minors, the University offers highly-ranked programs in the science and engineering departments, as well as cumulative majors and minors in the humanities and arts. This...

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