April 27th, 2011: 10 Years Later

April 27th, 2011 will go down in history as the deadliest tornado outbreak in US history. In Alabama alone, a record 62 tornadoes touched down that day, causing $11 Billion in damage, and killing 252. Join me as we take a look at what was April 27th, 2011. Before I tell the story of this […]

Behind The Planning for Fall 2021

In late January, BSU announced that it was planning to return to in-person classes for the upcoming fall 2021 semester, a plan that would take the school back to pre-COVID operations for the first time since March of 2020. To begin the planning process, BSU reconvened the Safe Return Task Force in February under the […]

One-Year Panniversary

It’s been one year since everything was forced to shut down, drastically changing our lives, making life difficult in the process. From Zoom university and remote working to countless businesses closing their doors – let’s travel back in time and reflect on an entire year since the shutdown began. The date is March 13, 2020, […]

Johnson & Johnson Releases Single Dose COVID-19 Vaccine

On Sunday, February 28th, 2021, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced that they had granted an issue of emergency use authorization to a 1-dosage vaccine, produced by Johnson & Johnson. The vaccine provides an effectiveness rate of 66% for moderate to severe cases of COVID-19, as well as boasting an 85% effectiveness rate in […]

Renee Montgomery Retiring for Social Justice

Renee Montgomery, the 34-year-old WNBA player for the Atlanta Dream, is retiring to focus on social justice issues in America. This has been a trend in the WNBA, a number of players have retired from the league to do some of the same, such as Maya Moore of the Minnesota Lynx, who retired to focus […]