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Students Share Opinions on Commencement Format

By Dylan Valic, Editor In Chief The university is currently considering options to host an in-person commencement ceremony for the class of 2021, according to an email sent to students by Chief of Student Affairs Michael Berthel on March 29. “The health and well-being of our graduates and community is…

Biden Holds First Press Conference

By Christopher Trick, Staff Writer President Joe Biden gave his first official press conference, an event which was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic on Thursday, March 25. Due to social distancing protocols, only 30 reporters were present, a stark contrast to previous densely-packed press conferences.  Biden began the conference…

David Dobrik: To be Forgiven or Forgotten?

By Shelley Dean, Staff Writer David Dobrik is a Youtuber with over 18 million subscribers, and a net worth of 20 million. Dobrik’s devoted fan base can be seen wearing ‘clickbait’ merchandise, and using the app Dobrik’s team developed, known as Dispo. Dobrik began his career on the app formerly…

Lead Scientist on the Coronavirus Vaccine Targeting Cancer Next

By Jada Harrison, Staff Writer Ozlem Tureci, a German scientist who was a key developer in the coronavirus vaccine, is developing a technology that will be effective in targeting cancer tumors. Tureci, who is a co-founder alongside her husband of the company BioNTech, was developing a new technology that will…

Students React to Biden’s Border Policy

By Christopher Trick, Staff Writer The Biden administration has promised to implement a gentler and more open system for foreigners who wish to come to America to start a new life, a stark contrast to the previous administration’s stance on immigration.  On President Joe Biden’s official website, there is a…

Nursing School Honored Among Top Programs

By Shelley Dean, Staff Writer The nursing program on campus has been recognized as one of the top 25 of it’s kind in New York.  RNcareers.org surveyed over 1,700 nursing programs before putting out their sixth annual report that ranks the top nursing programs in the U.S. This list helps…