Would you kill a squirrel to ward off the plague?

By Hunter Tidwell-Higgins November 18, 2020 0

Here’s a question you’ve never heard before: would you kill a squirrel to ward off the plague? They did nothing wrong, they’re just following their instincts in a society too complex for their little squirrel…

Don’t deck the halls with boughs of COVID

By Elizabeth Allen November 4, 2020 0

Large indoor family gatherings are typical for Thanksgiving and Christmas. It’s been months of many Americans being warned not to gather in large groups, specifically indoors. Americans will continue to ignore guidelines and cause future…

With COVID cases rising, don’t re-open SoCal?

By Kassandra Pelon November 4, 2020 0

As Southern California residents continue to demand the reopening of theme parks, restaurants, and malls, almost every county is still within the first tier of the Blueprint for a Safer Economy created by Governor Newsom. …

The scariest thing this October: outdoor dining?

By Grecia Andrade October 14, 2020 0

Reopening restaurants is a smart idea for businesses and the economy but it’s a horrible idea for the general public. Although there are rules in place requiring six feet of distance between each dinner party,…