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Masks are now a part of everyday life, including at school.

Opinions on masks on campus

Story by Bridget Maxwell, Staff Writer
September 24, 2021
“If students speak up, the chances for change — a healthy and productive change that builds bridges — can happen on this campus,” Marie said.

Upcoming Blugold Dialogue on studio arts

Story by Grace Schutte, Chief Copy Editor
April 1, 2021
A seat at the table

A seat at the table

Story by Rosa Gómez, Freelance Writer
February 11, 2021
“Preventing the use of nicotine is a huge way we can improve public health and help people live healthier, longer lives,” Boehm said.

Vaping vilified

Story by Miles Plueger, Staff Writer
February 3, 2021
“Since 2013, student debt has grown by $600 billion,” Belkin said. Increases in student debt is one of the reasons why colleges are beginning to offer two-year degree plans.

Colleges to offer two-year degree plans

Story by Miles Plueger, Staff Writer
November 18, 2020
Online classes can be convenient, and I understand why we have to do them, but surely they are not ideal.

College during a pandemic, over online classes.

Story by Ashlie Fanetti, Managing Editor
September 21, 2020
Non-medical exemptions of receiving vaccines are no longer accepted and religion is among those.

Religious exemptions for vaccines are disappearing

Story by Will Seward, Freelance Writer
October 9, 2019
Teaching tomorrow

Teaching tomorrow

Story by Ryan Huling
May 6, 2019
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