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It was a phase, mom.

It was a phase, mom.

Kaitlin Ryan, Social Media Editor March 5, 2021

As someone who spends a shameful amount of time scrolling through Tik Tok, I have recently recognized the shared appreciation of old trends. Tik Tok videos act as mini period pieces, encouraging viewers...

Do students feel safe at the gym? Elle Weber of The Carroll News asks students.

Do students feel safe working out? Pandemic or not

Elle Weber, The Carroll News March 5, 2021

The pandemic forced people who went to the gym on a daily basis to find creative ways to exercise. Members of organized sports teams found themselves Zooming their teammates instead of seeing them at practice....

Present-day social issues reflected in Black Panther Party-inspired film

Present-day social issues reflected in Black Panther Party-inspired film

Sean Runnoe, The Carroll News March 5, 2021

“Anywhere there’s people, there’s power.” This quote from Fred Hampton, chairman of the Chicago Black Panther Party in the 1960s who was known as “The Black Messiah,” exemplifies his philosophy...

Sit back, relax and vibe out to this months curated playlist customized by Social Media Editor Kaitlin Ryan.

March curated playlist

Kaitlin Ryan, Social Media Editor March 4, 2021

Make sure your March 2021 is marked by new beginnings, high hopes and cautious optimism with this calm and uplifting playlist of alternative jams and early-quarantine classics.      “Potions”...

Ever thought about adding a little bit of Mother Nature to your apartment? Campus Editor Rachel Scully is ready to break down the best college-friendly plants.

Five college friendly plants to spruce up your space

Rachel Scully, Campus Editor March 4, 2021

The sun is peeking its head out of the clouds, resulting in beautiful bits of green throughout the snow. However, students are still stuck inside. What better way to bring in the new season than bringing...

Alicia Garza, co-creator of Black Lives Matter, speaks on racism, police brutality, and domestic worker rights.

Four Black activists with dynamic voices

Nasya Stevenson and Ella Schuellerman February 27, 2021

Honoring Black Activists According to The Association for the Study of African American Life and History, founded by Carter G. Woodson, the story of Black History Month began in Chicago during the summer...

Pictured are Brandon and Jarred Smith, brothers and co-founders of NOOMA.

Giving thanks to Cleveland Black-owned businesses

Ella Schuellerman, Arts & Life Editor February 26, 2021

In honor of Black History Month, The Carroll News wanted to elevate and support Black-owned local organizations and businesses that go above and beyond to serve their community and customer-base all year...

This week in Kaitlins Column, Kaitlin talks about her college career drawing to a close and how The Carroll News has been a constant throughout her experience.

Managing my mental health in a year-long pandemic

Kaitlin Ryan, Social Media Editor February 25, 2021

The World Health Organization officially declared the COVID-19 crisis a pandemic on March 11, according to PubMed.gov. I think that each person remembers the exact date, time and place when they realized...

Time to get ready to be organized and feel good about it!

The art of planning

Laken Kincaid, Staff Reporter February 25, 2021

Having a planner is a necessity in professional life. Whether you are a part-time student with the occasional sports practice, a full-time student who attends a myriad of extracurriculars or a professor...

Iconic Campus Couples 2021

Iconic Campus Couples 2021

Ella Schuellerman, Arts & Life Editor February 12, 2021

 

Bella and MJ are one of our 2021 Carroll Couples, a special Valentines Day edition thats a long standing tradition with The Carroll News.

Bella, MJ and the epic Valentine’s Day surprise

Ella Schuellerman, Arts & Life Editor February 12, 2021

Let’s give a shoutout to all the mothers who help us, even if we do not realize it. Sometimes they don’t even know what they are doing for us.  MJ Bronsky `20 has a mother who urged him to sign...

Renee and Tim Laube (pictured above) visiting Chicago, Illinois.

Crazy about dimples, crazy about each other

Ella Schuellerman, Arts & Life Editor February 12, 2021

Picture this. It’s 1993. It’s the start of a crisp, fresh, fall semester at John Carroll University and college move-in day is in full swing. Students from all over pile into Pacelli, Hamlin and Campion...

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