Vaccine Distribution in Washington

Hillary Thompson, Staff Writer The COVID-19 Pandemic started in late December, affecting many Americans. Over the past months, scientists have developed a vaccine and began human trials to see the vaccine’s side effects and safety. According to the Washington State Department of health, “two vaccines are authorized for emergency use by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).” Both vaccines

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President Biden’s Executive Orders

Sunya Chay, Staff Writer In just a few short weeks, President Joe Biden has already signed several executive orders. Since his inauguration on January 20, 2021, the president has signed 28 executive orders including aid for COVID-19, better immigration laws, and orders to help with climate change. These executive orders help call to action what is to be done. There

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Students Return to Class

Shy Yamasaki, Staff Writer Saints have many of the opportunities that life on campus offers even with the precautions that the university has implemented.  Since much of the student body came back to school a couple of weeks ago, we all have had a difficult start trying to get into new routines. During the first week, we started to get

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Student Online Shopping Habits

Ailina Cunningham, Staff Writer “Only 90s kids will remember when…” a phrase we hear all too often when referring to the pre-internet and electronic days. Now, to buy anything from pizza to school supplies, such as pencils, retractors, and calculators, one needs only to turn to their phone or laptop to buy everything. However, when given the opportunity, what exactly

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New Career Tools

Sophia Kobernusz-Gibbs, Staff Writer As many of us know,  Saint Martin’s Career Center has been working hard these past few months to help students with preparing to enter the workforce. We had a Virtual Career Fair this past fall, and now the emergence of new opportunities with the creation of the Career Center Program: Saint’s Promise. Director of the Career

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College First Impressions

Sunya Chay, Staff Writer With one semester under their belt, college life is not what many freshmen expected. Not only may it be a new experience for them, but with a pandemic happening, it made it harder for them to adjust and find their new “normal.”  For Kaylah Tibbits, a mechanical engineering major, college was going to be a challenging

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Elizabeth Grasher: Highlighting the Health

Sophia Kobernusz-Gibbs, Staff Writer Saint Martin’s University is a lush campus with so many amazing staff and faculty, creating a wonderful and sustainable learning environment. With so many departments to choose from, we will be focusing this issue on an individual from the Psychology department. That one such staff member is Elizabeth Grasher M.S., LMHC, LMFT. Ms. Grasher has been

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