"The whitewashed version of colonial history has become so ingrained in our education system that we no longer question what might be left unsaid. We take what we hear at face value and assume Columbus sailing the ocean blue in 1492 is all there is to be taught."
"Then last week, the first day that it shot up from $16 to $35 I believe, about 80% in a day, I thought about hopping in, but I thought to myself 'I'm not touching that, that is way too volatile of a stock.'" Had he thrown caution out the window and bought in at the $30 point, Business sophomore Jeremy Stevenson said he could've seen a 1000% return. However, Stevenson typically does options trading rather than buying stocks outright, which he said could've made him a millionaire from the GameStop squeeze.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommended to restrict traveling to limit the spread of COVID-19. This means some couples had to get creative with maintaining romance during the pandemic.
'Entire system needs to be examined': Former Marine reflects on Capitol insurrection, Inauguration Day
MSU Professor of Strategic Communications, Shawn Turner — who served 21 years in the Marines — said the most jarring part of watching the footage from inside the Capitol was how much the insurrection mirrored a military operation.
While much of the 1960 civil rights movement was about equal rights and protections under federal law, the BLM movement is now about making structural changes in local communities and working closely with leaders at the city and state level.