Anna Fisher – Staff Writer This semester is marked by change: virtual classes, distanced athletics, frequent reminders to wear masks. However, tuition, housing, and course fees have not changed. Students may wonder why these charges are the same as last fall when the traditional college experience has been altered. “I don’t think it’s fair, because … Continue reading Why is Tuition the Same When Classes are Online?
Photo Credit: almanacnews.com Syeda Saberi - News Editor The switch from in person learning to online learning has taken a toll on students and faculty alike. While several students have voiced their concerns with tuition charges and altered learning experiences, faculty have also had their share of hurdles. Students have been frustrated with the workload … Continue reading The Other Side of the Coin: BU Professors Discuss Their Struggles with Online Learning
Photo Credit: Delmar Martinez Sara Molina - Staff Writer Two weeks after Hurricane Eta, category 5 Hurricane Iota landed in Central America Nov. 16 causing more damage to those already affected. Over 40 deaths have been confirmed in Nicaragua, where Hurricane Iota made landfall, with more than 400,000 people effected by the storm and in … Continue reading Hurricanes Add More Damage to Central America
Photo Credit: Fox Lake, IL - Official Website Kathy Karagiannis - Staff Writer As the holiday season soon approaches, cases continue to arise throughout all of Illinois as the anticipated resurgence heads nationwide. Due to the newly effective mitigations upon us, typical holiday festivities celebrated need to be done differently this year. Illinois Governor J.B … Continue reading Holiday Season Restrictions Underway
Photo Credit: Hollie Adams, GQ Magazine Sajina Jacob - Staff Writer The Transgender Day of Remembrance is Friday, November 20. TDOR is an annual observance that honors the memory of the transgender people whose lives were lost in acts of violence. The day was started in 1999 by Gwendolyn Ann Smith as a vigil to … Continue reading Trans Remembrance and Mia Green
Photo Credit: Scott Olson/Chip Somodevilla Sara Molina - Staff Writer "I am humbled by the trust and confidence you have placed in me. I pledge to be a president who seeks not to divide, but to unify. Who doesn’t see red and blue states, but a United States. And who will work with all my … Continue reading Election Results: What We Know Now
Syeda Saberi - News Editor America has once again hit a Covid-19 record with nearly one million hospitalizations as of this November. This second wave is supposedly bigger and more widespread than the first and is projected to increase in the next few days. Officials at the Harvard University’s infectious diseases research center say that, … Continue reading Pritzker Moves to Phase 2
Anna Fisher - Staff Writer Benedictine residents and student athletes are now tested for COVID weekly on Thursday mornings in Rice after a procedural change to the “Protect Our Flock” initiative that began Oct. 26. The University partnered with Loop Medical Center for nasal swab tests. The self-administered surveillance tests are free, covered by students’ … Continue reading Weekly COVID Tests for Athletes and Residents Begin