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BY ELI KOHN STAFF WRITER It’s nice, isn’t it?  You have a class that starts at 10 a.m. You wake up at 9:50, turn on your computer, and load Zoom as you start making breakfast. You barely have to pay attention! You eat your eggs while you w (More)
Alex Madajian wrote: HOW TO READ A BOOK
BY ALEX MADAJIAN STAFF WRITER Most people just don’t know how to read a book. Yes, most Americans are able to read words set before them, and according to a 2019 survey most had read a book in the past 12 months, but there’s more to reading th (More)
BY LUKE HARRIS STAFF WRITER Online schooling is reaching its breaking point. Last fall, roughly half of grade school students began experiencing the trials and tribulations of learning on the computer. This spring, that trend is set to hold course (More)
BY LUKE HARRIS STAFF WRITER [caption id="attachment_25035" align="alignnone" width="900"] Priscilla Yun/Fourth Estate[/caption] In some cases, history can be at the center of a battle of how we remember the foundation of a nation. In others, it (More)
BY LAURA SWIHART STAFF WRITER [caption id="attachment_24675" align="alignnone" width="1024"] Camille Brayshaw/Fourth Estate[/caption] “This is new to all of us, so have patience as we navigate this semester together.” Every student has h (More)
BY STEVEN ZHOU STAFF WRITER [caption id="attachment_24529" align="alignnone" width="1024"] Camille Brayshaw/Fourth Estate[/caption] Although the debate over the value of online versus in-person instruction continues to rage, the reality is that (More)
BY LAURA SWIHART STAFF WRITER [caption id="attachment_24377" align="alignnone" width="626"] Camille Brayshaw/Fourth Estate[/caption] In an election cycle dominated by horse-race reporting and campaign ads, American political polarization has su (More)