Opinion talks about when COVID-19 reached the US in late January, many politicians denied its severity, or in some cases—even its very existence.
Three weeks ago, when quarantine began, I vowed to start working out, to read all the books I never had time for and to finally start a column for the Daily Emerald. But here I am, 10 pounds heavier, zero books read, with an entirely empty column. However, we will prevail, and just like the…
If you’re a college student, you may have heard talk of getting a one-time payment of $1,200 in the next few weeks. You probably need it to help pay rent, pay for food, or to cover a car payment or credit card bill. But more than likely, you won’t get one.
It’s that time of the year again. Opening your computer to a new message from President Michael Schill usually means one thing: tuition is increasing.