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Lessons from a two-time cancer survivor

by Megan Schuller, Assistant Editor Opinion, From the Editor

My mother looked up at the nurse with confusion and frustration. She could not say her own name, nor did she remember who I was when I came to visit her. Her brain was being taken hostage, and all she or I could do was wait it out....

From passion to profession

by Megan Schuller, Assistant Editor Opinion, From the Editor

Some people want to be astronauts, teachers or mathematicians when they grow up. But me, I always said I wanted to be a news person.

It was a promise I wrote many times over on school assignments when asked to hone in...

After two years, time to say goodbye

by Amanda Stoll, Assistant Editor Opinion, From the Editor

It does not seem like that long ago that it was my first day walking into a new office, meeting new people and learning new things.

But that’s just how time works, isn’t it?

I began as the assistant...