What To Know About Spring 2021

On Wednesday, the Office of President Clark sent out an email with an updated plan for how the school has decided to deal with the Coronavirus pandemic next semester.  In the email, it’s noted that BSU continues to strive to put the health and safety of students and staff above all else. In order to […]

The Debates Are Over

After two presidential debates, one Vice President debate, two separate town halls, a Coronavirus superspreader event, hundreds of tweets, and tons of undecided voter polls – debate season is finally over.  Last night, October 22nd, was the second and final presidential debate of 2020 between President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden. To quickly […]

Last Nights Debate, an analysis

So you got through the first presidential debate of 2020, congrats! If you’re more confused than you were before watching it – let’s discuss.  As expected, this debate was very…chaotic, to put it nicely, but let’s start at the beginning. Moderator Chris Wallace, Fox News anchor, started the debate by announcing the topics to be […]

Trumps Supreme Court Nominee

Over the weekend, President Trump announced his 3rd nominee for the Supreme Court just one day after RBG was laid to rest.  Amy Coney Barrett, a Trump-appointed judge on the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals since 2017, has been nominated to replace Justice Ginsburg’s seat in the Supreme Court. Before becoming a judge, Barrett was […]