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Lake Campus Profs: Talks About Summer and Fall

This upcoming fall semester will be one that will present changes for both students and professors, somthing that professors are taking time to plan for.

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4th of July Celebration Ideas

Happy 4th of July! Here are a few ideas for you to celebrate our independence from the British in 1776, with a few changes this year.

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Book review: Beasts of Extraordinary Circumstance

Ruth Emmie Lang’s novel, “Beasts of Extraordinary Circumstance”, takes readers on a journey that follows Weylyn Grey, after his parents are killed.

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Opinion: Have you ever heard of pickle showers?

What is a pickle shower? I asked this question to several people in my hometown of Coldwater this past week and received mostly the same response.

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Black lives matter: A burning house

My name is Roxanne Roessner. I am a 20-year-old white cis female who attended the Black Lives Matter Protest in Celina, Ohio, home of the Lake Campus.

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Local eateries recovering from coronavirus effects

Businesses around the Lake Campus area are starting to open up for customers after months of being either closed or offering only drive-through options.

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419 Alive: Rooster Joe Coffee & Co.

Rooster Joe Coffee & Co. is run by Joe and Michelle McClurg. The coffee shop was opened on January 15, 2020 in Coldwater, Ohio.

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Graphic by Roxanne Roessner

What will you do first after quarantine?

By using the hashtag #GQuarantine, Twitter users were able to respond to the prompt, “What will you do first after quarantine?”

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Christine Moser making over 500 cloth face masks | Photo submitted by Christine Moser

How to: Personalizing face masks

Here are six ways to customize your cloth face mask to keep yourself safe and stylish. Wearing a face mask can show personality.

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Local expecting mother home from hospital after coronavirus | Photo submitted by Sandy Jeffries

Laker Life: Local coronavirus victim delivers child, discharged from hospital

She did not call an ambulance because she did not want to startle her two-year-old daughter Reign. Not only was she an essential worker dealing with coronavirus, she was also pregnant.

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