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There’s been a lot of tension in the world recently with the Black Lives Matter movement storming back to the forefront of the media. For now, it seems like our pandemic has taken a backseat to the current outrage. The uproar was sparked by the video of a Minneapolis police officer unlawfull… Read more

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As if times couldn’t get any stranger, Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt has filed a lawsuit against China on behalf of Missourians for the way China handled the coronavirus. While China is certainly in the wrong in the way it handled the virus, suing them will not help the state of Mis… Read more

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Humans, especially athletes, are a sentimental bunch. We (speaking as a washed-up athlete) cling to moments and milestones to carry us through and give us motivation for the next task ahead. One of the largest and most important times in a young athlete’s life is the opportunity to compete i… Read more

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Midterms suck. These tests or projects are smack dab in the middle of the semester — except when they decide not to be for some reason. They are worth just as much as a final and they don’t get a whole week devoted to them. Finals week is a five-day period focused solely on helping students … Read more

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We’re always told to shop locally, but the importance of doing just that has taken on a completely new meaning in recent weeks. As COVID-19 continues to spread, a growing number of Missouri’s 532,277 small businesses are closing up shop — some until further notice and some for good.

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Social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic should be effortless in the age of social networking. Everyone has a smartphone that allows us to upload a new tweet, Facebook post or Instagram photo faster than it takes people to step away from someone who coughs because something went down t…

As the theme song of “The Fresh Prince of Bel Air” says, the world has gotten “flipped turned upside down.” COVID-19 is wreaking havoc on nearly everyone’s normal routine and causing major shifts in the way students attend school, parents deal with their children and people go to their jobs.…

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I want to start off by saying that I get it. I get that you’re frustrated, upset, whatever it might be — understandably so.

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It seemed that everything was normal, until all of a sudden, it wasn’t. Northwest students were midway through a chilly spring break, hopefully enjoying a rest from classes, when the whole world seemed to shift. March 11, COVID-19 went from a punchline for many on Twitter to shutting down sp…

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Novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, is a virus that generally has mild effects in most people. However, the virus can cause severe illness in the elderly and those with chronic medical conditions.

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The video, first tweeted out by WFLA News in Tampa Bay, has been viewed more than 18 million times on Twitter alone since it made its way to the website at 1:24 p.m. March 16. And it’ll probably be referenced in historical texts years from now when we look back and wonder why the U.S. was hi…

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Unless they have been living under a rock for the better part of the past year or two — in which case I don’t blame them one bit — one would know that we’ve undoubtedly had a record number of candidates seeking the Democratic presidential nomination. Since President Donald Trump was elected …