Religion During the Pandemic

By Josie Barton Religious services and gatherings have been put on hold throughout the 2020-2021 pandemic. People are finding unique ways to communicate and engage with the church while still following national guidelines. Thiel College Pastor Brian Riddle provides insight on religious gatherings and how they have been […]

Daniel Sloss “Jigsaw”

By Josie Barton Daniel Sloss, a 30-year-old comedian, performed a popular show called “Jigsaw” in 2018. The performance was recently put on Netflix. Social media platforms, especially Tik Tok, are obsessed with his views on a sugar-coated idea of love. Sloss begins his routine covering the harsh realities […]

Earth Day at Thiel

By Cassie Stolz The late morning celebrations were thought-provoking and full of laughter. Thursday, April 15 Thiel’s Environmental club celebrated earth day a week early to avoid overlapping with the research symposium. Visitors from Ernst Seeds came with delicious honey samples, monarch magnets, and their 2021 seed catalogs. […]

The Facebook Political Algorithm

By Josie Barton Facebook has become a large contributor to political polarization, the spread of fake news, and the outcome of elections. The algorithm of the app manipulates people by the content it regulates and spreads across users. Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science, Professor Richins, explains that […]