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Biden enacts 36 executive orders during first month

Newly-elected President Joe Biden has signed 36 executive orders since coming to office, on Jan 20. according to the BBC.

KCAB continues planning events despite COVID-19

Since the pandemic began, KCAB continued to find ways to host events on campus while keeping students safe.

Our View: College students need to be included in stimulus package

After taking office, President Joe Biden wasted no time on moving forward with a new stimulus aid bill. The increased stimulus package is an appealing part of Biden’s agenda. This would give eligible Americans an […]

Broadway is the pinnacle of American art

Alana George, Campus Carrier copy editor I have loved musical theatre for as long as I can remember. The first full-scale musical that I saw was “Annie” at age six in my hometown of Birmingham, […]

Please let people enjoy things, especially now

Mary Grace von Thron, Campus Carrier deputy news editor We’re in a pandemic. And a recession. And experiencing political turmoil. For many people, including myself, it can be hard to find joy in things when […]

Potential benefits of music therapy explored in new class

Grace Jordan, Campus Carrier arts and living editor Berry has broadened its curriculum over the years to add classes such as Pirates and Gangsters and Philosophy of CS Lewis. Beginning this semester, students are now […]

Conspiracy theories heavily impact American politics

The seeds of doubt against government institutions have been planted into the political landscape of the United States.

Winter break entertainment in review

Commentary by Carrier staff Winter break started (technically) on Nov. 20, 2020 with finals ending two weeks later on Dec. 4, 2020. The academic calendar was altered last semester to allow students more time at […]

Women in Lab

Women in STEM careers endure discrimination and face stigma

Careers that relate to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (or STEM) are often advertised as crucial for our growing society and tend to be well compensated not only for the necessary specialized training, but also for the high demand for the work performed by these careers.

DreamWorks’ “Spirit” embodies American ideals

In 2002, DreamWorks Animation released Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron, a coming-of-age story about a young stallion.