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Eaton: Staying active, despite the shutdown

Eaton: Staying active, despite the shutdown
Emily Eaton
December 2, 2020
As COVID-19 regulations get a move on, make sure your body does too.

Kueppers: Helping small businesses is no small act

Kueppers: Helping small businesses is no small act
Henry Kueppers
December 1, 2020
Even if it’s something as simple as a book or a sweatshirt, buying local can make a world of difference.

Brankin: A light at the end of the tunnel?

Brankin: A light at the end of the tunnel?
Tara Brankin
November 30, 2020
Though a vaccine for COVID-19 may be coming soon, it is likely not going to fix everything.

Clarke: Female disparity in STEM programs

Clarke: Female disparity in STEM programs
Sidney Clarke
November 26, 2020
It’s not just a lack of interest.

Eaton: The podcast revolution

Eaton: The podcast revolution
Emily Eaton
November 25, 2020
How disembodied voices are getting me through the pandemic.

Kueppers: Ways to make the most of a COVID-19 Thanksgiving

Kueppers: Ways to make the most of a COVID-19 Thanksgiving
Henry Kueppers
November 24, 2020
This year, we all have to change our plans a little bit, but that does not mean we can’t still have a great Thanksgiving.

Brankin: Being a college student with epilepsy

Brankin: Being a college student with epilepsy
Tara Brankin
November 23, 2020
I am one of the few college students I know who has epilepsy, but I am nowhere near alone.

Eaton: David and Goliath: How college students everywhere get screwed by off-campus housing

Eaton: David and Goliath: How college students everywhere get screwed by off-campus housing
Emily Eaton
November 18, 2020
Instead of a slingshot, try Student Legal Services.

Kueppers: Shut up and shut down once again

Kueppers: Shut up and shut down once again
Henry Kueppers
November 17, 2020
If a second nationwide shutdown occurs, will it be the same as the first?

Ababiy: How “Build Baby Build” can have unintended consequences

Ababiy: How “Build Baby Build” can have unintended consequences
Jonathan Ababiy
November 13, 2020
A new University of Minnesota study complicates a pure-supply approach to housing affordability.