Marcus Rice, Guest Writer With the use of disposable masks on the rise, more and more masks are being left on the side of the road, and it needs to come to an end. COVID-19 cases are rising by the day and people are wearing masks more often. Although many people have either made or … Continue reading Accumulation of Disposable Masks Leaving Washington state capital looking like a dumpster
Steven Gonzalez, Guest Writer Rogue Company is a broken mess of a game, yet there’s still something in this mess worth highlighting. Developed by Hi-Rez Studios, Rogue Company is a tactical third-person shooter that pits two teams of four against one another in a variety of game modes. A la Counterstrike, Rogue Company combines tactical … Continue reading Even flawed games set bars
Andrew Oslin, Content Creator Collegiate student-athletes carry a rigorous workload and live in an environment structured around excellence, but leaving mental awareness out of the limelight has compromised their holistic well-being. There is a scourge of silence surrounding mental wellness in college athletics. A 2016 study indicated that one in four college athletes shows signs … Continue reading We must talk about mental health in college athletics
Dear Belltower readers, When I began school at Saint Martin’s University in 2018, I never imagined finishing my studies amidst a pandemic. Despite the drastic changes to our publication, our staff has persevered to continue sharing the stories of our campus community. Thank you for your continued readership and support, as we have transitioned to … Continue reading Editor’s Note
Tyler Wood, Guest Writer Hello. My name is Tyler Wood. I am a second year and I am hoping to double major in History and Secondary Education with the dream of becoming a High School history teacher. Hoping to do all of that here at Saint Martin’s. So far, I have had a blast. … Continue reading Response to the “Suggestion” to leave residence halls
Andrew Oslin, Guest Writer We began laying the foundation of the podcast in September. Teammates and I from cross country (such as Nich Sarysz) had been wanting to collaborate on an audio project for some time. It would be a good experience with the process of producing and working collaboratively, as well as a … Continue reading What I’ve Pondered from Podcasting
Kelsey Monaco, Guest Writer It’s all over the news. With headlines like “More than 11,000 scientists from around the world declare a ‘climate emergency’” and “‘Bleak’ United Nations (U.N.) Report on a Planet in Peril Looms Over New Climate Talks.” We’ve been bombarded with fear-inducing reports on the climate disaster. But should we be … Continue reading Is climate change really as bad as scientists are claiming?
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