Covid-19 has brought about many unexpected circumstances. With the cancellation of many internships, college students may be wondering how they can continue to develop new skills for their future careers this summer. Here are some ways students can continue to build on their skill sets, even… Read more
“I believe we can all come together, because if you take away the labels, you realize we’re far more alike than we are different.” – Ellen DeGeneres Read more
BG News editors RC, Rosiland Fletcher and Hallie Riley examine the history of policing forces in the U.S. — and why it has culminated into calls for reform. Read more
According to a press release from the Wood County Courts, Wood County common pleas and municipal judges have consulted with the WCHD on procedures for jury trials that maintain social distancing and other steps to ensure these procedures align with public health guidance. Recommendations wer… Read more
Originally published March 7, 2020. Since the publishing of this article, BGSU men's basketball has hired Steve Wright as assistant coach, putting another person of color on athletic staff at the university.
In the jumbled environment of enclosed communication due to the coronavirus, organized sports have taken a back seat. Unable to perform the usual daily habits in the locker room or practice, BGSU hockey is aiming to grow together while remaining isolated.
While quarantine rolls on and students are off-campus, the student-athletes are also removed from their facilities. Head coach Eric Nichols and the BGSU men's soccer team is doing everything they can to stay engaged while apart from one another.
Some days are meant for relaxing on the couch and watching something good, but finding something to watch is sometimes the hardest part. Documentary short series’ have become popular in recent years and the short series structure is perfect for a lazy day. Here is a list of some of the popul…
True story films are a fun category and a great method of learning about history. For some, true story films are easy to get into because of the in-depth aspect about historical events. So, if factual films and history interest you, then you should check out these movies.
Covid-19 has brought about many unexpected circumstances. With the cancellation of many internships, college students may be wondering how they can continue to develop new skills for their future careers this summer. Here are some ways students can continue to build on their skill sets, even…
Navigating matters like COVID-19 requires the guidance of experts - like trained medical professionals. Navigating other matters doesn't require any special training or understanding. There is a simple way to ensure that people don't die, like George Floyd did, from excessive force while in …
Living at college can be challenging. Many underclassmen have to adjust from living at home to a tiny dorm room and many upperclassmen have to adjust to living in their own houses or apartments. Hopping around to new living environments can be hard to make your living space your own, especia…
I graduated a few weeks ago and by no means have my life figured out in any way, shape or form, but here are some skills that make me feel like I’m not totally lost in the world, and some that I still need to work on.
Throughout one’s time in college, a student goes through changes. The day-to-day life of a college student, in many ways, emulates the real world. We lose friends, and make new ones. We have days full of laughter and smiles, and days where you feel nothing but pain. Some of us are loud and b…
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Two weeks in and I’ll admit it, quarantine is starting to drive me crazy. As the days keep going by with not a clear end in sight, it’s understandable if you run out of ways to entertain yourself. Maybe you already read those books, caught up on all your Netflix shows, completed a puzzle and… Read more