- Opinion: Even at a Distance We Are Still Face to Face
University may be more virtual, but it can still be face to face through WebEx, Zoom, Skype and Facetime. These changes will shape the fall 2020 semester.
- 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.
- Book Review: The City of Brass
For Nahri, a con woman who lives in Cario in the 18th century, the fairytale stories you hear as a child have become frighteningly true.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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?”
- 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.