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  • November 9Joe Biden wins the 2020 presidential election
  • November 7Matt Meyer '22 is elected Student Government President

Brands building space for diversity and inclusion

In today's fashion industry, diversity in age, ability, gender and race are only a few of the sectors brands are trying to hit when marketing to a wide array of potential consumers.
November 6, 2020

As we approach  2021, the world and its priorities definitely have changed. While many changes have not been for the better, thankfully, one positive change is that brands are taking responsibility to...

Finding peace in slowing down

A statue memorial of the Hindu god Genesh, the elephant-headed deity was displayed at a reflection pond. Here, teachers and visitors would leave food for the gods such as nuts, coconut and leaves.
November 5, 2020

  When I was a little girl, I had a cassette tape in my bedroom. I had it set up underneath my window, propped up next to a bin full of my excessive Webkinz collection. For some reason, I can...

MGK’s new Cleveland cafe brings punk and punch

MGK's first Pop-Punk LP was released coinciding with the soft opening of his newest venture 27 Club Cafe located at the base of The Archer in Cleveland.
November 5, 2020

Colson Baker, known by most as Machine Gun Kelly, opened a pop-punk inspired coffee shop in Cleveland on August 26. Located in the industrial Flats East Bank, the cafe is called 27 Club Coffee, an edgy...

Potential holiday celebration concert profiles

Rachel Platten performing at a venue in Los Angeles in Nov. 2017.
November 5, 2020

John Carroll University’s Student Union Programming Board recently announced they will be holding a virtual concert as part of their Christmas celebration. SUPB has given students the opportunity to...

Classic horror films for Halloween weekend

The Carroll News compiled a list of their top classic horror movies perfect for a Halloween weekend of binge watching.
October 29, 2020

Halloween of 2020 will be significantly different from those in the past whether that means wearing a mask with your costume, going to smaller parties (or no parties), staying inside or not dressing up...

Three hundred million

The Lumineers' third album,
October 29, 2020

One of my favorite songs to sing to the point where my lungs feel like they will burst is “Leader of the Landslide.” It is not because of the buildup of white noise that floods my ears with every...

“Bachelorette” franchise exploits contestants

October 29, 2020

“The Bachelorette” is often considered the definition of reality TV. It offers little educational value but is extremely entertaining and addictive. A spin-off of “The Bachelor,” the show premiered...

Glamour announces 2020 women of the Year

Regina King accepting Oscar for
October 21, 2020

Despite not being able to hold a traditional awards ceremony, Glamour magazine is still commemorating its 2020 Women of the Year. For the past 30 years, Glamour has held its Women of the Year awards in...

Kaitlin’s Column: life without structure

Social Media Editor Kaitlin Ryan '22 subs in as Arts & Life editor this week and talks about how the past seven months changed her life (for better and for worse)
October 21, 2020

I often reflect on the day my original life ended and another one began without warning: March 10, 2020.  I had just got off the phone with my brother to wish him a happy 17th birthday. Sitting in...

Emily in Paris Netflix show review

Lily Collins is a Chicago marketing exec in Netflix's new feel-good comedy
October 21, 2020

Netflix has done it again! Its newly released show “Emily in Paris” has become an instant favorite after being released on Oct. 2. The dramatic romantic comedy tells the story of a young woman, Emily,...

A look inside of Zoom University at JCU 

Dr. Brooke Turner's for space consists of a cork board, tiered desk and two desktop screens for an optimal viewing and teaching experience.
October 20, 2020

On Sept. 4, President Michael D. Johnson made the announcement that John Carroll University would be learning remotely for the remainder of the fall semester due to the COVID-19 pandemic. For the past...

How are Cleveland museums adjusting to COVID-19?

The inside of the Cleveland Museum of Art in February just a few short weeks before COVID-19 changed how the museum welcomes the community safely.
October 9, 2020

With the colder weather creeping in, taking a daily walk might not be the most plausible way to beat COVID-19 cabin fever as we head into the winter months. Luckily, the Cleveland area is home to a variety...

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