The Freshmen Perspective of College in a Pandemic

Woman in Red. Photo Credit: Gayatri Malhotra @gmalhotra  By Sara Humphries  Because of COVID-19, high school seniors who graduated in 2020 missed out on milestones like senior prom and traditional graduation ceremonies. Now, as first-year

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Social Media addiction is on the rise

Photo Credit by geo uc on Unsplash By Evan Quinones Everyone knows someone who won’t put down their phone because they are constantly checking social media or documenting every part of their

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Masks: Why We Wear Them

Why We Wear Masks. Photo Credit: Danielle Christopher By: Danielle Christopher   The fall semester is in full swing, and Reinhardt University has made significant adjustments to keep students safe

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President Trump tests positive for COVID-19

By Kimberlee Smith President Donald Trump has entered the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, after testing positive for COVID-19 in the early morning of Friday, Oct. 2, 2020. 

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Reinhardt Soccer Handles COVID-19

Reinhardt’s Ken White’s Stadium. Photo Credit: Reinhardt Eagle Eye By Sierra Ruetten COVID-19 has affected everyone. Without public activities or large crowds, the world is a strange place, especially the

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Protect Our Communities – Minorities and COVID-19

By Kimberlee Smith People are dying. The current cases are at 5.8 million and rising, and Georgia has suffered 5,300 deaths and almost 300,000 cases. Because of long-lasting racial barriers

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Queen Elizabeth II Speaks

Queen Elizabeth visiting the White House on May 4, 2007. Photo Credit: The White House Archives by Otis Odom On April 5, 2020, Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II united and comforted the citizens of

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Editorial: Staying safe while handling groceries

Photo Credit by Photoman via pixabay.com.   By James Gilbert, Editor-in-Chief COVID-19 has many confused as to how to protect themselves while trying to maintain healthy livelihoods. As many states

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COVID-19’s effect on the national supply chain

Photo Credit: Epic10.com   By Sara Humphries For the first time in recent history, businesses are closing because of a virus, and toilet paper is in the highest demand. Because

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Sharp Increases in COVID-19 Cases and Deaths in Georgia

The following news alert was issued by the Georgia Department of Public Health on Tuesday, April 7, 2020: The numbers of cases and deaths from COVID-19 have steadily increased in

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