Track’s DeVonte Wilson Receives NACC Honor

Mike Santarelli Sports Editor DeVonte Wilson was selected as the Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference Student-Athlete of the Week after his dominant performance at the Squig Converse Invitational. The senior out of Junction City, Kansas, medaled in both the long jump (first) and the 60-meter dash (third) while competing against some of the nation’s best. “Things … Continue reading Track’s DeVonte Wilson Receives NACC Honor

We’ve Weathered Harvey Weinstein, Can We Survive R. Kelly?

Dielle Ochotorena Staff Writer More than a year after New York Times released an exposé of entertainment mogul Harvey Weinstein, which documented sexual abuse allegations of young actresses, Weinstein is effectively blacklisted by Hollywood and currently faces a class action lawsuit and sex assault charges in several cities by several women who’ve reported sexual harassment … Continue reading We’ve Weathered Harvey Weinstein, Can We Survive R. Kelly?

We Need a Stigma-Free National Campaign For Vaccine Education

Omair Ali Perspectives Editor There is no doubt that the anti-vaccine movement presents a formidable danger to our nation’s safety and well-being. “Anti-vaxxers” spread poorly-cited information that influences misinformed decision-making regarding vaccine use among many individuals in our country. They are also partly to blame for the rise in vaccine-preventable disease outbreaks. The efforts of … Continue reading We Need a Stigma-Free National Campaign For Vaccine Education