Great Hall Ceiling Crumbles on Student, Sparking Conversation on Safety

On the evening of February 19, a piece of the ceiling in the Great Hall fell onto a student, knocking her to her knees.Freshman Michaela Lenk was standing in front of the fire place in the Great Hall, waiting in line for dinner, when she heard a loud sound and felt something hit her head. She fell to the ground and was quickly surrounded by a crowd.

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Parkland Shooting Reinvigorates Ceaseless Debate on Gun Control, National Safety

On Wednesday, February 14, America was shocked by the all too familiar news that seventeen students were killed in a mass school shooting. Nikolas Cruz, nineteen years old, had gunned down these members of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School (Parkland, Florida) community with an AR-15 rifle.

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H8 the W8 But Love to Sk8

On a cold winter’s night, many Covenant College students showed up to Hamilton Skate Place decked out in denim, leather, neon, and all kinds of ‘80s garb. Groups of friends showed up as early as 10 p.m., huddled close together, waiting for sweet shelter from the cold and for sick pairs of roller skates. As the line outside grew longer, the anticipation grew higher as the time for the doors to open crept closer.

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Grammy Awards Ceremony Slammed for Social and Political Negligence

The Grammys attract a large amount of attention every year — music lovers make their predictions for winners and anticipate their favorite artists faring well in the runnings. This year, however, the Grammys received intense negative criticism. Music websites, fans, and musicians themselves all voiced disappointment with the event for a number of reasons. The general consensus: the Grammys are becoming increasingly irrelevant because of social and political negligence.

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Chattanooga Women's March

On January 20, 2018, Chattanooga echoed with the chant of, “What do we want? Equality! When do we want it? Now!” Crowds gathered in Coolidge Park on that Saturday beginning at 11 a.m., and marching began at noon. The march stretched 1.99 miles from Coolidge all the way to Broad Street and back. Whether rain or shine, these people planned to march.

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