The COVID-19 Vaccine Debate: Impulsive Immunization

The COVID-19 Vaccine Debate: Impulsive Immunization

Vaccines are undeniably important for the health and economic stability of society. However, it is also important for members of the public to do their due diligence before receiving any kind of medical treatment, and the COVID-19 vaccine is no exception. One thing, though, is clear: the only way that the pandemic, which has taken […]

The COVID-19 Vaccine Debate: Validating Vaccines

The COVID-19 Vaccine Debate: Validating Vaccines

With hundreds of thousands affected by COVID-19, scientists are working to quickly develop a safe vaccine for the public. This expedited timeline for the vaccine has left many people within the United States questioning whether or not they should take it. However, assuming there is transparency about the clinical trial results, it is essential to take […]

Bonding Between the Bandwidths

Although we students are constrained to virtual learning environments, it remains crucial that we engage in them cooperatively and enthusiastically; the connections they promote are extremely important for establishing both professional and recreational relationships later in life. It can be difficult to foster personal connections over Zoom because many crucial aspects of physical interaction such […]

Off-season practice pushed back to fall

Off-season practice pushed back to fall

Once athletics shut down because of COVID-19, outside hitter Skyler Gerhardt ’22 adapted to play a completely different version of her sport. Instead of spending time on the hardwood, Gerhardt has turned to beach volleyball in order to practice as much as she can during these turbulent times. “Over quarantine, all the players on the […]