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How the Glen Ellyn Food Bank is helping to save lives of thousands
How the Glen Ellyn Food Bank is helping to save lives of thousands
Kevin Ashley, Staff Writer • November 24, 2020

The Glen Ellyn food pantry to be put to the test they had to also their entire method of serving people in order to minimize the spread of the virus. In 1979 the food pantry was first opened by the youth group of the Grace...

President Brian Caputo’s Virtual Town hall meeting
President Brian Caputo’s Virtual Town hall meeting
Dominique Thomas November 17, 2020

COD President Brian Caputo hosted a Town Hall meeting last week to address multiple concerns stemming from rising COVID-19 cases. But there’s good news in the short term for local taxpayers and students looking to stretch...

Can Pfizer save the country from this pandemic?
Can Pfizer save the country from this pandemic?
Sadie Romero, Editor-In-Chief • November 16, 2020

The multinational pharmaceutical company, Pfizer, and the German biotechnology company, BioNTech, have come up with a provisional vaccine for COVID-19, announcing last week that it exceeded 90% effectiveness against contraction...

Author Peggy Orentstein on Navigating the dating scene
Author Peggy Orentstein on Navigating the dating scene
Dominique Thomas November 24, 2020

Author Peggy Orenstein’s new book sheds light on navigating teen sexuality and relationships, along with anecdotes that help teenagers feel not alone and comfortable in their own situations. The book includes intensive...

How to get cheap, delicious food from COD culinary students during COVID-19
How to get cheap, delicious food from COD culinary students during COVID-19
Courier TV • November 16, 2020

The College of DuPage culinary school is adapting to the COVID-19 pandemic with a curbside pick-up program. The school has found the program both helps feed local people at an affordable price and helps culinary students...

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Pro-mask or anti-mask? Your moral beliefs probably predict your stance
Eugene Y. Chan/Purdue University, The Conversation • November 16, 2020

Moral combat: Do you wear a face mask to show you care about others? Or do you refuse because you believe they defy human nature? Justin Tallis/AFP via Getty Images Governments...

Save small businesses, help your community
Save small businesses, help your community
Sadie Romero, Editor-In-Chief • November 24, 2020

For the past eight months, instability and fear have been at the forefront of small, local businesses. These are the same small businesses who, previous to the pandemic, worked strenuously to serve our communities as a foundational...

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OPINION: The truth about returning to school? There’s no easy answer
Morgan Polikoff/University of Southern California., The Hechinger Report • November 18, 2020

As winter bears down on most of America and Covid-19 again surges out of control, pundits and parents alike are wondering when our nation’s 50 million schoolchildren will return to classrooms. With the election over, now...

Let us take a look at the election
Let us take a look at the election
Kevin Ashley, Staff Writer • November 17, 2020

Flat-earthers and anti-vaxxers are the two most mocked and laughed at demographics in the world. These are people who look at the overwhelming amount of evidence against their beliefs and say, “Yeah I don’t buy that....

Opinion: The nightmare isn
Opinion: The nightmare isn't over yet.
Kevin Ashley, Staff Writer • November 10, 2020

Ding-dong! The witch is dead, ding-dong the wicked witch is dead. These were the words sung by the people in the Wizard of Oz movie after the Wicked Witch of the West was killed freeing them from their fears of her. This...

College of DuPage's student newspaper | Est. 1967
College of DuPage's student newspaper | Est. 1967