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OMSS encourages students to educate themselves during Latino Heritage Month

From Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, people around the world celebrate the contributions and influence Hispanic Americans have brought to the history, culture and achievements of America in what is called Latino Heritage Month. The celebration starts on Sept. 15 because it’s the anniversary of the Cry of Dolores, the battle cry of the Mexican […]

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Derek Chauvin found guilty in murder of George Floyd

On April 20, Derek Chauvin was found guilty of the death of George Floyd. Chauvin was charged with unintentional second-degree murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter.  Chauvin’s trial had everyone on their toes as it lasted almost a month; tensions and high stakes even caused some viewers to watch the live trial at home. The […]

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Nursing students receive and give COVID-19 vaccine

Nursing students on campus are one of the first groups in the community to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Students are not required nor forced to receive the vaccination; however, they are encouraged. On Jan. 27, junior nursing major Tori Hagg received the COVID-19 vaccination for the first time. “I have a high pain tolerance, but […]

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Inauguration brings a breath of fresh air to Americans

On Wednesday, Jan. 20, President Joseph Biden was officially inaugurated as the 46th president of the United States. Alongside Biden was the first African American and Asian American woman Vice President, Kamala Harris. As the new decade continues, Americans have experienced several life-changing events that will go down in history. For all living Americans, Donald […]

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President-Elect Joe Biden and Vice-President Kamala Harris Make History

2020 has been a year for the history books. On Saturday, Nov. 7 it was officially declared that Joe Biden and Kamala Harris would become the next president and vice president of the United States.  Four days after election day, the nation awaited for the results from Pennsylvania, which gained President-Elect Joe Biden more electoral […]

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Douglas Hodge Receives the Harshest Sentence in College Admissions Scandal

Former CEO of global investment PIMCO, Douglas Hodge, was sentenced to nine months in prison on Friday, Feb. 7. U.S. District Judge Nathaniel Gorton also sentenced the 61-year-old to two years of supervised release, 500 hours of community service and Hodge’s must pay a $750,000 fine. Out of the 50 people involved in the college […]

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