Ailina Cunningham, Staff Writer On Sept. 22nd, 2020, the White House issued a notice about an official ban on all forms of race and sexual types of stereotyping. The White House made this ban under the conditions met by The Services Act, 40 U.S.C. 101., for the sole intended purpose that workers may have the
Taryn Zard, Staff writer President Roy Heynderickx has stated that Saint Martin’s University has absorbed a financial hit of roughly $3.5 million from the impact of COVID-19. This impact has forced the University to limit travel, events, and cut back on other budget-line items by $1 million, as well as decreasing and altering benefit packages,
By Olivia Alvord, Staff Writer Nearly four days after Election Day, Americans across the United States anxiously waited for the Presidential Election votes to be tallied. It was a time full of stress and confusion. Finally, on Nov. 7th at 9:00 a.m. Pacific Standard Time, the results were announced. Former Vice President of the United
Emmanuel Son, Staff Writer In less than two weeks, the Philippines has been hit by two different typhoons. Typhoon Goni, known as Roli in the Philippines, hit the first week of November starting on the 1st (a Holy Day of Obligation where many Filipinos remember their deceased loved ones). The storm destroyed over 300 homes
Hillary Thompson, Staff Writer Saint Martin’s University was founded in 1893 by Bernard Locnikar. Starting out as a boys boarding school, Saint Martin’s progressed through the years, becoming the well known private intuition it is today. This year, in lieu of the annual gala, Saint Martin’s celebrated their 125th anniversary on Saturday, November 7th. The
Sophia Kobernusz-Gibbs, Staff Writer Thurston County Superintendents and Heads of Schools received a recent letter from Thurston County Health Officer Dr. Dimayana Abdelmalek, regarding a recent surge in COVID-19 cases. In this letter, Dr. Abdelmalek remarked that on Oct. 23rd, Thurston County crossed into the high COVID-19 transmission range with a sudden surge in COVID-19
Sunya Chay, Staff Writer According to the Thurston County Auditor, 81.31% of registered voters voted in this year’s general election. This is 3.65% more than the 2016 election, with voter turn-out to be 77.66%. While the percentage difference is small, in contrast it makes a huge difference since this means that more people are using
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