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Andrew Tran Perspectives Editor While everyone has been on lock down during the past 4 weeks, many people have to cancel their scheduled weddings for the end of March and for the month of April because of the social distancing guidelines. This leaves couples in a very weird spot since they cannot obtain their marriage … Continue reading New York Governor Allows Couples To Be Legally Married Via Zoom
Sara Nassif Perspectives Writer Feminism is advocating for women's rights and asking for equal rights for no matter a person’s gender. Feminism has a long history; it has started since the earliest stage of human civilization. The history of feminism is eventful and mesmerizing, starting from fighting for women’s suffrage, to marches, to the MeToo … Continue reading A Simple Definition of Feminism
Amber Syed Humans are not the only ones getting affected by the COVID-19 virus. Even rats are getting affected by the virus which has made them change their eating habits. People are staying home as much as possible and restaurants and grocery stores are limiting their hours of operation. This happens to cut off the … Continue reading Rats struggling for survival
Andrew Tran Perspectives Editor For the first time since its 45 years of broadcasting, Saturday Night Live will not be filmed in the studio with a live audience. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, they have elected to film their entire episode from their homes as a sign of respect to the social distancing guidelines. Instead … Continue reading Coronavirus won’t stop SNL
Andrew Tran Perspectives Editor To ensure the safety of people, the U.S. Churches will not host in-person Easter Service Mass due to the coronavirus and how contagious it has become. It has caused considerable discussion amongst the Catholic and Christian community about how they should approach Easter services coming up this week. Also, the coronavirus … Continue reading Streaming Easter Sunday: How Coronavirus Will Affect Other Religious Holidays
Alister Hosseini Graduating college in conjunction to applying for jobs sparks a set of emotions that can be hard to explain to many. Anxiety, excitement, and relief, to name a few. For 2020 graduates, these emotions are altered due to the complete pause on the job market due to COVID-19. Imagine trying to graduate and … Continue reading Coronavirus Impacting Employment
Andrew Tran Perspectives Editor I am just waiting for this story to show up on Netflix as the next new, viral romantic movie after this outbreak. This is the literal love story sweeping the internet by storm; Jeremy Cohen decided to ask his neighbor across the street to a date, except he did by writing … Continue reading Dating During A Global Pandemic: It’s Still Possible!