Wood County Health Department has received additional COVID-19 vaccine doses and is partnering with Meijer to provide 450 additional appointments this week for people age 80 and older. Scheduling for these appointments will begin at 9 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 20 and the vaccines will be administ…
Throughout the community of Bowling Green, red signs reading “RE-OPEN BG SCHOOLS,” can be found in many yards, windows and even cars. This is a call to action by those who believe children should be in school amid the coronavirus pandemic. Read more
The BGSU Winter Wonderland event is happening every day this week. The event features an ice rink, virtual snowboarding, and hot chocolate. According to Brian Heilmeier, it's a chance for students to meet new people. For student Skyla Harvey, it's a chance to meet new friends. Read more
The coronavirus pandemic and the policies and complications that followed has set international student enrollment on the decline, according to a November 2020 AP News article. International students from BGSU are faced with similar difficult decisions. Read more
"Sound of Metal," much like the community it represents, is not asking for special treatment. As a film, it’s asking to be taken seriously, but not to be treated as any different or more important than the other films currently being released. Which is perhaps why it’s so surprising that it’… Read more
On Jan. 6, the United States Capitol was attacked by a large mob of Trump supporters. The group charged the Capitol building wearing Trump clothing and carrying Pro-Trump flags, as well as a confederate flag. The group was faced with little to no resistance from the Capitol Police. They smas… Read more
On Nov. 13 2020, Harry Styles made history by becoming the first man to ever appear on the cover of Vogue solo. While this was an incredible win not only for Styles, but for Vogue as well, many people across America were not having it. And it wasn’t because Styles was on the cover alone. It’… Read more
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