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Fall festivities will adapt for COVID-19 safety

Fiona O’Dowd-White  It has officially begun: the leaves are changing colors; the temperature is getting cooler; pumpkins are being sold at every supermarket in the country; plaid is starting to look particularly flattering and Starbucks has officially put Pumpkin Spice Lattes

McDonald’s Travis Scott meal consumerist ploy

Brandon Flanery  I am not gonna lie, I like McDonald’s, especially a Big Mac after an intense workout.       I am probably a terrible millennial for saying this (as opposed to a “good” millennial that

This Week in History: Sept. 28 – Oct. 4

Caitlyn Dieckmann  Sept. 28: Discovery of California and Penicillin        1542: Selected by the governor of Guatemala, Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo set sail and discovered California in 1542, arriving on this day at what is now known

Infographic: Scribe staff screen time

Scribe Staff This is how much time The Scribe staff spends in front of a screen on a typical day.


The notorious RBG: her legacy, and what we do next

Scribe Editors   Ruth Bader Ginsburg (RBG) passed away on Sept. 18, 2020. She began her legal career in the early 1960s and fought for equal rights for all right up until the final years of her life.        Unfortunately, her death has become politicized instead of a time of mourning. Some conservatives have outright denied the positive influence

Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor: Expansion of the MOSAIC Office

March 3, 2020 My name is Alice Wagner. I am a Human Services (SAHE) major on campus. I also happen to be non-binary. The reason I am writing is to bring attention to a project that has not received the attention it deserves from the folks that matter: the expansion

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