Every year there are surprises and disappointments when it comes to awards being given at the Academy Awards… oh wait we’re not talking about the Oscars but these awards regarding American television are just about up there! The 78th Golden Globes of 2021 were hosted by Amy Poehler and Tina Fey who were quite literally states apart, and by that, I mean coasts apart.
A vaccine passport, or digital health pass, is the next big thing in Covid-19 related news. This digital documentation will show if an individual has been vaccinated against Covid-19, and allows them to travel internationally without quarantine.
As everyone surely already knows by now, Dr. Anthony Fauci made headlines the other day, when he called a press conference in order to say that “every member of the staff of the paper at Fordham University is the most essential worker in the entire country, and I would like to personally fly each one of them to DC and vaccinate them myself!” Badabing badaboom, and we’re vaxxed! Well, maybe it didn’t happen exactly like that
“Someone just tell the truth.” Meghan Markle repeated these five words throughout her interview with Oprah, which aired Sunday, March 7 on CBS. The someone who would tell the truth–Meghan and her husband Prince Harry. From villianization to lack of support and racist issues, the two revealed the royal family’s problematic actions.
In early December 2019, then-Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos gave the greenlight for a new methodology of calculating and approving student debt relief claims made by those who were defrauded by for-profit colleges.
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From the time the coronavirus first reached New York nearly a year ago, the pandemic was never conducive to student involvement, particularly to student clubs. This fact has only been exacerbated by the recent rise in cases at Rose Hill and the resulting two-week suspension of in-person activities.