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Living a Life that Matters

Published 3w ago -

As I rummaged through the mess in my disorganized bedroom just days before I was slated to move back to campus, I stumbled upon a box of items I collected over my first two years of college. A reusable rubber straw. A ball I found outside of the Plourde. A tin... More »

GameStonk: The Viral Takedown of Wall Street

Published 7m ago -

Meredith Backman, Staff Writer In mid-January, a subreddit called r/wallstreetbets had taken the internet by storm. The reddit community is centered around picking certain stocks on apps, such as Robinhood, and buying shares to mess with the stock market. The... More »

COVID Vaccine Roll-Out

Published 7m ago -

Maureen Lynch, Staff  Writer In December of 2020, the FDA approved the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for distribution. Ever since then, states are slowly administering COVID-19 vaccines to the public. The vaccine rollout will be a lengthy process, but people are h... More »

Barrett Nominated for the Bench

Published 11m ago -

Maureen Lynch, Staff Writer Throughout the month of October, Capital Hill has been front and center. With the elections heating up, Congress has been quick to push through its latest nominee to the Supreme Court Bench. Judge Amy Coney Barrett was nominated to... More »

RBG: The Life and Legacy

Published 12m ago -

Maggie Buckley, Copy Editor Ruth Bader Ginsburg was born on March 15, 1933 in Brooklyn, New York.  Although she is known to many as a feminist icon now, when she was in high school, she looked just like any other traditional woman. However, this all changed ... More »

Remembering Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Published 12m ago -

Maureen Lynch, Staff Writer Ruth Bader Ginsburg was laid to rest Tuesday September 23 at the age of 87. After battling many health problems, she passed due to complications with her pancreas. The late Supreme Court justice was an icon to the American people be... More »

Worcester Public Schools on COVID-19

Published 12m ago -

Tabatha Criollo, Staff Writer The virus COVID-19 continues to cause a lot of change. With requirements of wearing a mask and basic social distancing, it is easy to question if things will ever be the same again. This pandemic has effected every person in some... More »

The Yemen Crisis

Published 1y ago -

Tabatha Criollo, Staff Writer   According to the Mercy Corps, there are 12.2 million children in need of humanitarian assistance, and around 2 million kids under the age of 5 are malnourished. Yemen children are dying every 10 minutes from famine. The Ye... More »