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Candidates for President Present their Platforms

By Kassel Franco Garibay and Anna Gombert Elections for Student Government president and vice president will take place on Friday, December 1 with Manny Lopez (’19) and Alessandra Le Pera (’20) running against Salma Mahmoud (’19) and Shehab Marzouk (’20). Students will be able to vote online on the Path, or in person from 9 to 11 a.m. in Brothers College and from 11 a.m … Continue reading Candidates for President Present their Platforms

The Problem with the U.S. and Mass Shootings

By Brett Harmon Mass shootings in the United States have quickly become a deadly problem as oftentimes the importance of ending gun violence is overlooked. Reducing the loss of innocent lives and acts of violence should be made a priority before they burden our country further. The deadliest mass shooting in the history of the United States is the 2017 Las Vegas shooting that happened … Continue reading The Problem with the U.S. and Mass Shootings

Stop Pushing my Buttons and Open the Door

Think twice the next time you raise one of your two empty and abled hands to press the button that opens the doors automatically to the EC or any other building on campus. Definitely think thrice if you are doing it so that you can drag your two lazy and abled feet inside. Or even if you have something in one of your hands, you … Continue reading Stop Pushing my Buttons and Open the Door

Kushner, You’re Next

By Ellie Kreidie On Friday, December 1, the world’s jaw collectively dropped as news broke that former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn not only plead guilty to a single charge of lying to the F.B.I. in December 2016, but he also announced that he was cooperating with Robert Mueller’s team. This news shocked Washington and the entire Trump White House as it not only became the … Continue reading Kushner, You’re Next

Prince Harry and American Actress Meghan Markle Announce Engagement

by Mel Dikert After dating for over a year, Prince Harry and American actress Meghan Markle have recently announced their engagement and plan to be married in the spring of 2018. The pair met via a blind date set up by a friend, in which Markle commented, “The only thing I asked her was, ‘Was he nice?’” According to the New York Times, the couple … Continue reading Prince Harry and American Actress Meghan Markle Announce Engagement

Six Quick Tips to Fight Sleep Deprivation

Picture credit: Sleep Deprivation By: Katelynn Fleming We’ve all heard it before: we need 8-10 hours of sleep per night.  However, with everything we need to get done between work, family and friends, and that tyrannous GPA, 8-10 hours of sleep is nearly as unrealistic as the dreams we wish we slept long enough to experience.  The health center at the University of Georgia reports … Continue reading Six Quick Tips to Fight Sleep Deprivation

Caribou

Photo credits: NPS By: Kassel Franco Garibay There is a proposed tax bill that includes a provision that would allow commercial oil drilling in Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR). Environmental activist groups state that drilling in the refuge will most likely affect a main calving ground for the Porcupine caribou herd; this herd is between 120 and 200 thousand animals; it is the largest … Continue reading Caribou

Drew Students Have Spoken: New Student President and Vice President Elected

by Michael McCurry On Friday, December 1, Drew students elected Salma Mahmoud (‘19) and her running mate Shehab Marzouk (‘20) as their new Student Government President and Vice President. With current President, Jared Sutton, graduating in the spring, two candidate pairs stepped up to replace the outgoing two-term executive. As last year’s election was uncontested, this was the first time since 2015 that Drew students … Continue reading Drew Students Have Spoken: New Student President and Vice President Elected