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The student athletes of BGSU joined in a unity march Wednesday. Reporter Macey followed the group from Perry Fieldhouse to the Stroh Center and talked to student athletes Hannah Laubey and Sophia Barnes about why they are marching. Read more

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BGSU Dining Services is struggling to find enough employees to serve campus. Macey Austin spoke with one official who says COVID-19 is a factor, but dining services' struggle began years ago. Read more

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Through colorful chalk and meaningful messages, the Student Association for Fair and Equitable Representation used the sidewalks of the Sidney A. Ribeau Plaza to call for diversity and inclusion on campus.

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Low-income college students are dropping out at an alarming rate due to the coronavirus pandemic, according to a Sept. 16 article in The Washington Post.  The virus has presented an array of challenges for these students, and BGSU has met those challenges head-on. 

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Each year hundreds of students and alumni congregate for BGSU’s homecoming weekend, a tradition marked by Falcons’ football, tailgating, block parties and the annual Freddie and Frieda 5K. 

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During the fifth week of the semester, the on-campus Starbucks in the Bowen-Thompson Student Union closed its doors for two weeks after employees tested positive for COVID-19.