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Opinion: How will the university handle the rise in COVID-19 cases?

BY LILY WILLIAMS Columnist After waiting for more than a year for our return to in-person classes and campus life, the celebration has...

Editorial: Students struggle with mix of in-person and online classes

Due to the mix of in-person and online classes, students struggle to make it to class.

Editorial: Dear students, now is STILL not the time to party

With the new development in vaccines and student readmittance to in-person learning, is “normal” partying on the horizon?

Letter from the Editors

At The Review, we are committed to the truth, even when others attempt to hide it — and we hope that you will use our articles to think more deeply about our situation and the institutions that govern it.

Letter from the Managing Arts and Culture Editor

If you’ve been a particularly loyal reader of The Review, you may be wondering who I am and where this delightful little section came from.

Opinion: The politicization of the mask debate

Like many things in today’s society, the pandemic and mask mandates quickly became politicized.

Opinion: On The Israeli-Hamas Conflict, May 10 – May 21, 2021

Although the two sides have reached a ceasefire by now, I still feel the pain.

Letter from the Editors

Dear Readers, We wanted to formally introduce ourselves and discuss The Review’s future.

Editorial: Someday things will be different, but for now, campus COVID-19 protocols stay rightly in place

The Review commends the university’s decision to keep mask mandates and physical distancing protocols in place.

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