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Put Your Life On The Line For Denny’s

Bishop Bryan, Staff Writer

May 6, 2020

At this point, I am sure you are tired of reading about the quarantine, hearing stories about the crisis, watching commercials where companies try to convince you they care about you—not just trying to tug at your heartstrings...

Professional and Student Athletes Offer Advice for Staying in Shape at Home

Austin Albrecht

May 1, 2020

There is no denying that this country is going through something that we’ve never seen before, and no one knows exactly when this is all going to end. This pandemic has a lot of people starting to realize that nothing should...

More Sleep and an Improved Diet Number Among Benefits of Self-Quarantining

Marquis Walker, Staff Writer

April 28, 2020

COVID-19 has put many people out of work and sent students home early from college. The disease has killed thousands, and  certain parts of the country have been on lockdown as a result, which means people have been encouraged...

5 Things I Miss About AIC

Ave' Mullen

April 27, 2020

Springfield, Massachusetts — Social distancing has taken its toll on everyone here at AIC. It’s a real disappointment because there were so many special events planned for the end of the semester—like Spring Weekend, and...

COVID-19—What We Thought Then; What We Know Now

Javon Flynn, Staff Writer

April 24, 2020

On January 31, 2020 I wrote an article about the Coronavirus. At that time, I never thought the situation would become a pandemic the way it did. I had asked my fellow AIC students about their reaction to the news of the outbr...

Are Essential Workers Heroes or Prisoners?

Bishop Bryan, Staff Writer

April 20, 2020

Amidst all the chaos and isolation brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, many people are still forced to wake up every day and go to work. Currently, countless people are still working. Dubbed “essential workers,” these people are pu...

COVID-19 Cancels Graduation, But Gratitude Persists

Katelynn Leclerc, Staff Writer

April 14, 2020

“It goes by in a blink of an eye.”  Isn’t that what everyone tells you when you start your first year of college? No one ever expected that it would end seven weeks early. As students packed up their things for spring...

Black Women Reflect on Black History Month

Ananda Burnard

March 17, 2020

Sundays are meant for meaningful conversations. Six women of color sat down to speak about what the month of February, Black History Month, truly meant to us. When a new month starts, reflection begins. As black women, especially...

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