Ayam Shrestha Hundreds of Kohawks have not received their textbooks for Fall 2020 even after nearly two weeks since school
Heather Fleck | Linn County currently has the 5th highest number of individuals that have tested positive, Linn follows Polk, Johnson, Woodbury, and Black Hawk counties respectively. Linn County’s COVID-19 infection number stands at 46,336, with a total of 3,592 deaths in total. Linn trails behind Plok on testing in Iowa, the latter of which has had 122,148 individuals tested as of September 17.
Ayam Shrestha There are less than 50 days remaining before what might be a one of its kind presidential race
Marley Carviou | Tau Kappa Epsilon Social Chair, Sam Koeppl (‘23), explained why joining Greek life is a great experience, “My favorite part about being in a fraternity is the friendships you make. I can say with a lot of confidence that I’ve made some lifelong friends from being in a frat and I don’t think I would have had the opportunity to meet some of those guys if I wasn’t in one.”
Marley Carviou | The men’s team shot a team score of 329 on Sunday, which brought their total weekend score to 646. This placed the team at an overall tenth place finish with Indian Hills CC at the top of the leaderboard. Lucas Geiger (‘24) led the Kohawks with a 28th place finish after shooting a 75 final round.
By Payton McGuire | In terms of sport films, Gavin O’Connor’s The Way Back is nothing to write home about. Despite a deeply personal message of overcoming one’s inner demons to find renewed success, this movie suffers with a story that’s been told many times before in much better ways.
Payton McGuire No one can deny that 2020 has been an historic year. Since nearly the beginning, there have
By: Ayam Shrestha | “Although COVID has changed a lot of things about our student experience, Residence Life has put many new policies in place that will allow us to still have a positive residential experience,” said McKenna Greenwalt, one of the Assistant Area Coordinator for the Apartments and Houses. “ It may not be the same as other years, but by prioritizing our health and safety as a student body, we are given an opportunity to still have an in-person education.”
Heather Fleck Effective October 1, 2020 the current Dean of Students Marc’ Bady will be ending his short career at
Heather Fleck The novel Coronavirus, also known as COVID-19 has claimed a total of 100 lives in Linn County as