Carle doctor answers questions about COVID-19

Henry Laufenberg

May 17, 2020

Life has been put on hold for everybody because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but some essential workers have continued to go above and beyond to help keep our community healthy and safe. 

Zoom Rooms: Low-key a genius

Maxine van der Donk

May 5, 2020

Welcome back to installment two in Zoom Rooms: Low-key a genius! The workspace being showcased is that of sophomore Kevin Chen, and it’s a pretty far cry from the last installment’s central theme. Leagues neater, for ...

Putting Coronavirus into Perspective in 8 Charts

Elijah Song

April 30, 2020

You can find the data behind the charts here.

The Class of 2020 Experience

Sasha Rushing

April 27, 2020

While all of us have been profoundly affected by the move to lockdown and online school, the Class of 2020, myself included, is unfortunate enough to be graduating this year. They're missing, or rescheduling, traditional high...

Zoom Rooms: Comfortable organized chaos

Maxine van der Donk

April 20, 2020

Welcome to the very first installment in the Zoom Rooms series, where I, Maxine van der Donk, will be presenting some of the various workspaces of us Uni students! As a quick intro, this series will have new installments hopefull...

A look into how often Uni students cry

Rithika Patnam

March 31, 2020

Walking down the halls of Uni, a student will inevitably hear talk of crying. Crying is glorified by Uni students, almost as something to brag about. With students saying things like, “I cried for two hours last night” or ...

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