Opinion

Student Athletes Getting Paid for their Likeness

The National Collegiate Athletic Association has approved a temporary policy allowing college athletes in all three divisions to be paid for the use of their name, image and likeness. Collegiate athletes make millions for the NCAA, but they recei...

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Should Biden Mandate COVID Vaccines?

President Joe Biden announced on Thursday, Sept. 9, that a new vaccine mandate would be put into place for all employers that have more than 100 employees.  This mandate came out during a speech that President Biden had given in which he aggressi...

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Badgers Ready for In-Person Classes to Return

Due to Covid-19, schools across the country have had both completely online classes and hybrid classes. This was an adjustment here at Spring Hill College for many students who have never had online classes before. With classes being online, it ma...

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Will SHC Sports Return to Normal Fall 2021?

Since school started again back in August, most of our sports teams did not have the opportunity to compete for a championship. It is the case for baseball, basketball, soccer and track and field for example. All that was allowed for the Badgers’ ...

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Americans Need Comprehensive Sex Ed

  According to Planned Parenthood, Americans want more sex education; poll results show that 93 percent of parents support having sex education taught in middle school. Sex education is also supported by a number of medical organizations, such as...

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