The Take on 2021

The Take on 2021

By Sophia Stunkard 2020: the year of a global pandemic, a historic presidential election, the fight for social change, and the year where everyone lost the concept of time. With everything that occured during 2020, we look into 2021 with many questions, in need of answers. In this article, I will dive into what this [...]

United but Divided: How Opposite Party Students Think During the Election

United but Divided: How Opposite Party Students Think During the Election

By: Matty Mooney  As the 2020 election approaches, voting is more important than ever. But, if voter morale is low, who do we turn to? Voting is one of the first choices that young adults can make, and many choose to skip out on a decision that could in turn impact their future. Now more [...]