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Alexandra Copeland

Senior Zoe Talbot reading to students and faculty (Photo Courtesy of Alexandra Copeland).

Sigma Tau Delta reignites old tradition with the theme and reading of ‘Love’

“A dream is just a nightmare with lipstick,” read senior secondary education and English major Zoe Talbot before a group of attentive professors and students as they listened in awe. Sigma Tau Delta, a national English honors society, held a Valentine’s Day Read-a-Thon on Feb. 14 in the Bliss Hall lounge where guests enjoyed cookies, coffee and the sharing of literature. It is the day of love, and not just because it is Valentine’s Day.

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Members of the Alpha Xi Delta sorority at a bonding event (Photo courtesy of Kelly Biancamano).

Greek life returning to normalcy – but not without limitations

After a full year of activities that were completely dependent on the state of Covid-19, sorority life in Alpha Xi Delta (AXID) is finally shifting back to the way it was when junior Kelly Biancamano entered it: free of lagging screens, crashing computers and Zoom links.  “We had some Zoom events last semester, but not many people showed up,” Biancamano, an early childhood education and iSTEM major, said. “They all had Zoom fatigue.”

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Photo: Student writes on her dry-erase board each morning if it will be a “bones” or “no bones,” depending on if a TikTok famous pug stands that day (Photo courtesy of Alexandra Copeland).

How a TikTok-famous pug is helping us decide the fate of our day

Noodle, a 13-year-old pug, was able to stand up today. Therefore, it will be a good day. It is a bones day. Noodle has recently become a TikTok sensation when his owner, Jonathan Graziano, 30, began to post daily videos of the dog’s ability to stand. When the pug stands, Graziano rules the day as a “bones” day, and when he flops over, it is considered a “no bones day.” 

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