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College Council (CC) unanimously passed two resolutions to reform their policies on giving statements and voting procedures, with the aim of making these processes more transparent and formalized.
The past week saw 15 new positive COVID-19 cases, down from 17 cases in the previous week.
Harper Café, Hallowed Grounds, Cobb Café, and Ex Libris plan to reopen during sixth week.
In Grey City
Editor Laura Gersony writes in:
As the campus community mourns the loss of third-year Marcus Goodman, his girlfriend, Adrianna Layne, writes in memory of the third-year beloved by so many: “a kindhearted person who loved it all.”
Editor Finn Hartnett writes in:
The Wicker Park–based Chi-Slam Table Tennis Club has an illustrious history. So does its director, Ardy Taveerasert.
Mitch Trubisky is out, Andy Dalton is sidelined, and Justin Fields is in. Change is coming for the Bears, and for sports reporter Dheeraj Devarajan, that can only be a good thing.
Editor Angélique Alexos writes in:
Based on the 2011 BBC documentary, Jamie: Drag Queen at 16, the 2021 movie-musical Everybody’s Talking About Jamie shows the excitement and joy in sharing stories about teenagers.
Netflix’s highly popular series Squid Game may not be worth all the hype.
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