Monthly Archives: May 2021

HLGU Track & Field Outdoor Conference Championships

by Dillon Dildine / May 10, 2021 The Hannibal-LaGrange University Outdoor Track and Field men and women participated in the AMC Outdoor Track & Field Championships. This event was a two day event and was hosted at Missouri Baptist University in St. Louis, Missouri.  This was the last guaranteed meet for the athletes, and they gave […]

Colleges Say They Will Require Students to be Vaccinated

by Faith Fields / May 4, 2021 As plans are getting made for enrollment in the fall, some colleges are announcing that they are requiring students to be vaccinated to enroll in classes and live on campus. Duke and North Carolina are two of the big name schools that have recently announced they will be […]

The New Fake ID: Forged COVID Vaccine Cards

by Faith Fields / May 4, 2021 The new trend has become people showing off their vaccine card for the shot against the COVID-19 virus. With many people still scared to get vaccinated and some restrictions getting established, the unvaccinated people quickly found a way around this. Forged vaccine cards. The cards themselves are very […]

CDC says vaccinated people do not have to wear masks

by Cade Slaughter / May 3, 2021 There has been exciting news that has recently come out from the CDC that relates to masks. The CDC stated that vaccinated people throughout the United States and the world can go outside without masks. A lot of it has to do with the fact that approximately 140 […]

NHL Border Issue

by Nick Gilbert / May 1, 2021 The National Hockey League is weeks away from wrapping up its regular season and the playoffs are just weeks away. Due to the ongoing pandemic, the NHL restructured the divisions and aligned some things that made more sense in terms of geographical location to cut down on travel […]

NFL Draft

by Nick Gilbert / May 1, 2021 The National Football League held its annual draft this past week. The 86th annual event was held in Cleveland, OH and had fans present which had many in attendance. Unlike last year’s draft when it went completely virtual due to the newly found virus in which caused a […]

DC Police Investigating Viral TikTok, Protecting Officer over Ma’Khia Bryant Incident

by Cade Slaughter / May 2, 2021 Around Monday, a rather viral video on TikTok emerged, depicting a video of an officer being asked if he would ‘kill me like Ma’Khia Bryant’. The officer in the video responded back to the camera, saying with no remorse, ‘Are you going to stab somebody like her?’ The […]

Curry Keeps Pushing his Name Into the MVP Conversation

by Harrison Askey / May 3, 2021 The MVP race this season has been quite an interesting one with so many players playing so well. Most of the analysts have been agreeing that the award should go to Philadelphia 76ers big man Joel Embiid who has been having himself a great season averaging 29.2 points, […]

Lebron Back with Lakers After Ankle Injury

by Harrison Askey / May 2, 2021 After missing 20 games, Lebron James was finally able to return to play against the Kings. Although the Lakers lost, getting James back is crucial for the Lakers right now seeing how much they have been struggling. James played as would be expected after missing 20 games, being […]