Students Look Forward to Retrieval of Personal Belongings Left in Dorms

Courtesy of The Catholic University of America By Angela Hickey Since the evacuation of campus in mid-March due to the outbreak of coronavirus, students have been unable to return to campus due to the D.C. area’s extended “stay-at-home” order. Any remaining students were told to return home as soon as possible, being forced to leave Read More …

Top Picks: Netflix

Image Courtesy of Netflix By Katherine Kaderabek The Perks of Being a Wallflower – A nostalgic, childhood classic, The Perks of Being a Wallflower stars dreamboat Logan Lerman alongside brilliant actress Emma Watson as he struggles through the ups and downs of high school and copes with mental health issues. With an iconic and moving Read More …

Ways to Thrive During Quarantine: Art Edition

Courtesy of WebStockReview By Renee Rasmussen  While summer is almost here and the weather is beginning to warm up, much of the country is still enforcing stay-at-home orders. While it may feel as though you have exhausted every form of entertainment, and cleaned every part of your house, there are still some things left to Read More …

Accommodations for Hearing-Impaired Viewers of White House Coronavirus Briefings

Courtesy of CNN By Eva Lynch Many Americans are uncomfortable with the uncertainty of the current circumstances, and for many, that discomfort is mitigated by the information presented at the daily White House coronavirus briefings. But for one group of Americans, the deaf and hearing-impaired, that discomfort isn’t mitigated so easily. The most recent data Read More …

Feud Between Trump and WHO Director Deepens

Courtesy of usatoday.com By Jeremy Perillo A week after President Trump announced the U.S. will be suspending funding to the World Health Organization (WHO), Director-General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus made a statement condemning a lack of global solidarity and partisan politics amidst the global pandemic. “The cracks between people and the cracks between parties is Read More …

Opinion: The Democratic Party and the #MeToo Movement: A Cry of Political and Social Hypocrisy

Courtesy of Women’s eNews By Jessica Fetrow The Me Too movement has erupted in recent years from an apolitical social media campaign into a pivotal socio-political initiative, a rallying cry against sexual assault and harassment, seemingly deeply rooted in the morals of the Democratic Party. From the abhorrent, sexually-charged statements of President Donald Trump in Read More …