Read Managing Editor Anna Kate Munsey’s analysis of the latest Presidential Election: This past Sunday morning was the first time in four years that I woke up and thought to myself, “Everything is going to be okay.”
With Halloween approaching fast, life seems almost magical as the University of New Hampshire (UNH) manages to have low numbers of positive cases for the coronavirus (COVID-19) and the spooky holiday season is upon us. But on the Durham campus, there is a fear worse than any ghost or slasher horror film – a fear that students will treat this Halloween like any other and ignore social distancing.
These past couple weeks in politics have been chaotic. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away after succumbing to pancreatic cancer, the first Presidential debate was a slew of hurling insults and talking over each other, and multiple people within President Donald Trump’s circle tested positive for the coronavirus (COVID-19).
The first presidential debate between Democratic nominee Joseph R. Biden and current incumbent President Donald J. Trump was moderated by Fox News anchor Chris Wallace, and allowed each candidate to spar head-to-head for the first time since the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic began.
Read Managing Editor Anna Kate Munsey's analysis of the latest Presidential Election: This past Sunday morning was the first time in four years that I woke up and thought to myself, “Everything is going to be okay.”