Op-Ed

Like many people, I have picked up a few new hobbies during the pandemic. I’ve learned to bake pies, started drawing, and have tried to care for a few plants. At the beginning of quarantine, the isolation and extension of free time was a nice change of pace, but as time went on and we seemed to be n...

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By Joey Daniewicz, Staff Writer Originally published in Issue 11, Volume 33 of The University Register on April 9, 2021

Just the other day, I received my Johnson & Johnson vaccination, and I’m really excited at the prospect of sharing space with humans again soon, Lord willing. But I’m slightly...

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By Tehya Wachuta, Editor-in-Chief Originally published in Issue 10, Volume 33 of The University Register on March 26, 2021

Recently, I was talking to a friend about the fact that we both turned 21 during the pandemic. For us, it didn’t matter too much—neither of us were particularly interested i...

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By Joey Daniewicz, Staff Writer Originally published in Issue 10, Volume 33 of The University Register on March 26, 2021

In the recent months, I have allowed my body and heart to believe that we see the light at the end of the tunnel, and that sometime during summer we may all be able to be happ...

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By Tehya Wachuta, Editor-in-Chief Originally published in Issue 9, Volume 33 of The University Register on March 12, 2021

Happy Women’s History Month! If you read my editorials regularly, you know I usually take this editorial column space to discuss neuroscience and mental health. In light of W...

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By Joey Daniewicz, Staff Writer Originally published in Issue 9, Volume 33 of The University Register on March 12, 2021

Friday, March 12 is the last day to file to run for student government this year, and I just want to go on a brief spiel about how cool it can be and why you, dear reader, shou...

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By Tehya Wachuta, Editor-in-Chief Originally published in Issue 8, Volume 33 of The University Register on February 26, 2021

Like many people, I have expanded the list of shows I’ve been watching during the past year’s quarantine. Being stuck inside, streaming shows has become one of my primary...

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By Joey Daniewicz, Staff Writer Originally published in Issue 8, Volume 33 of The University Register on February 26, 2021

Especially for a group with such material influence over their lives, the University’s Board of Regents likely seldom enters the mind of the typical Morris campus student. I...

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By Tehya Wachuta, Editor-in-Chief Originally published in Issue 7, Volume 33 of The University Register on February 12, 2021

Happy Black History month! I am embarrassed to admit that I don’t think I knew February was Black History Month until this year. It is absolutely possible that I forgot, b...

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By Joey Daniewicz, Staff Writer Originally published in Issue 7, Volume 33 of The University Register on February 12, 2021

In the leadup to the upset victories Democrats scored in Georgia to (barely) secure the US Senate for the next two years, Joe Biden promised that if Warnock and Ossoff were e...

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