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Best “Criminal Minds” episodes

In honor of the last few days of the spooky season, I will be writing about the best episodes of “Criminal Minds.” There are 15 seasons of “Criminal Minds,” but for this article, I will just be reviewing those available on Netflix, the first 12. “Criminal Minds” is a television show about a group of […]

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TU continues to mitigate COVID-19 cases

The University of Tulsa lists on their website that there are currently nine active cases of COVID-19, eight of which are students and one a staff member. There are 17 students in quarantine, which the university explains is enforced for students that have not tested positive and do not have symptoms, but have come in […]

Bolivians hope newly elected government can shed old corruption

The Bolivian election results are back, and Luis Arce Catacora, the leader of the socialist el MAS party, will be the president of Bolivia until 2025. Evo Morales, the past president, changed the constitution to allow the president to serve 5-year terms. Morales had already served the allotted two terms, and wanted to run again. […]

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Freeform hosts 31 Nights of Halloween

The 31 Nights of Halloween that we know and love has been underway this month on Freeform. The month-long spooky celebration was originally just 13 nights, but has evolved since its debut in 1998. This year, I was impressed with the lineup, and it has not disappointed so far. Admittedly, the 31 Nights of Halloween […]

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USPS funding under question for November election

The funding of the U.S. Postal Service has been a controversial topic recently. With many voters choosing to vote via mail in ballots, it is valid to be concerned about the general well-being of the U.S. Postal Service. Due to the COVID-19 global pandemic, relief plans are being debated amongst Democrats and Republicans. NPR reports […]

Ruth Bader Ginsburg a powerful force for civil rights, right to not have ended her career early.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg has left a lasting legacy from her work in the Supreme Court. She was a strong advocate for gender equality and women’s rights; NPR describes her as “leading the fight in the courts for gender equality.” Since she was appointed to the Supreme Court in 1993 by President Clinton, Ruth Bager Ginsburg […]