The NFL and COVID-19

By: John Robbins During the weekend of October 3rd, almost three NFL games were affected by the Coronavirus. The first game affected was the Tennessee Titans against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Twenty players and staff members from Tennessee tested positive for COVID-19, leading to the postponement of the Steelers […]


By John Robbins Big Ten Headquarters, Rosemont, Illinois – The Big Ten Conference voted to start playing football on the 23rd and 24th of October. On August 11th, the Big Ten schools’ presidents voted to cancel all fall sports, including football, with the hope of playing the season […]

What to Do About Fake News

By Casandra Stolz The ease in accessibility of information has skyrocketed as our phones, watches, televisions, and vehicles are all equipped with internet access. Even gas stations now have small monitors to deliver “words of the day” and worldly happenings. With this major convenience comes great responsibility. We […]

First Presidential Debate of 2020: Part 1

By Josie Barton Tuesday, September 29th was the first presidential debate of 2020. President Trump and former Vice President Biden went head to head on controversial topics, part one of this article covering the Coronavirus, the economy, and the Supreme Court. Considering the Coronavirus pandemic, President Trump approached […]

Art Gallery Review

By: Casandra Stolz Students and faculty anticipate the opening of the Art gallery in the Howard Miller Student Center. An exhibit of art, pottery, and sculpture pieces crafted by this fall semester’s art class students are on display for our enjoyment. Hanging along the walls in the gallery, […]

Games to Watch – Week 4

The Southeastern Conference, SEC, start their games this week leading to even better matchups in week four of the college football season. #5 Florida at Ole Miss – Noon – ESPN The fifth ranked Florida Gators open their season on the road in Oxford, Mississippi against the Ole […]