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World language courses tackle shift to in-person

Online courses during the pandemic have caused problems for students in all majors. But for students in world language courses where there is a dependence on speech and enunciation during instruction, online learning was not ideal. 


BrickTok: The trendy takeover of Tuesday nights

It made sense that when we first went Uptown two weeks ago after arriving in Oxford early for band camp, my friends’ faces fell after spotting the new marquee at Brick. It listed a somewhat-familiar, somewhat-new lineup: Karaoke Night on Mondays, Country Night on Wednesdays … and, instead of the beloved ’90s Night, “TikTok Tuesdays.”

Jen Millett, a nurse aide at McCullough-Hyde hospital, protested TriHealth's vaccine mandate for their employees. She believes that people should make the decision to get vaccinated themselves.

McCullough-Hyde employees protest vaccine requirement

Around 10 McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital employees and family members gathered outside the hospital at 4 p.m. on Aug. 25, with signs to protest the COVID-19 vaccine requirement for employees. Today was the second time they protested the requirement. The first was held last week.

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