Amid times of quarantining and self-isolation, one of the most popular ways to pass the time has been using online streaming services such as HBO, Disney Plus, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video and Netflix. Throughout the first couple of weeks, Americans have been binge watching a variety of old shows and hot new releases. Keep Reading
Super Bowl LIV was both the best super bowl and the worst super bowl in NFL history. The game was played in Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida, the home of the Miami dolphins. It was the 11th Super Bowl ever to be played in Miami, surpassing the city of New Orleans, Louisiana which has hosted 10. The game was a matchup between the San Francisco 49ers, the number one seed in the National Football Conference, versus the number two seed in the American Football Conference, the Kansas City Chiefs. Jennifer Lopez and Shakira were the halftime performers, along with guest performers Bad Bunny and J Balvin. Keep Reading
In November 2018, the Yellow Vest Movement began organizing protests on the main streets of Paris. Despite having an ideology of peaceful protesting, Les Gilets Jaunes (Yellow Vests) have demonstrated in a variety of ways, from destroying expensive shops on Les Champs Elysée to burning cars. Hearing about such a serious series of protest may leave one wondering; “Who are the Yellow Vests, and why are they so upset?” Keep Reading
As December arrives quickly, Wesleyan students find themselves stressing over their final exams and report cards. A familiar feeling that returns every year. However, Wesleyan students are not the only ones stressing out over papers and finals. Many Wesleyan teachers have gone back to school themselves, taking classes at night in pursuit of advanced degrees. These classes are with other teachers who are pursuing the same type of advanced degrees. In fact, one group of Wesleyan teachers have decided to go through this process together.
Wesleyan teachers Brian Krehmeyer, Mitchell Mayfield, Leah Baughn, Jamie Hemken, Alex Bufton and Kali Sessions are taking night school classes together at Wesleyan pursing a masters degree. They typically meet every Wednesday from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. The program that these teachers are involved in is based out of Gordon College, which is a Christian college in Wenham, MA. Krehmeyer said that they discovered this program because a man named Doctor
In the middle of the digital age of advancing technology, robotics teams and classes have become more prevalent. In fact, robotics tournaments take place all over the world each year; and schools everywhere have begun investing more money and resources into expanding their robotics programs. However, many find themselves asking, “What is robotics?” Keep Reading