Monday, November 29, 2021
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Entertaining activities to do this November!

Kate Couch/ The Broadside There is a weird time when it is no longer summer, but it's not ski season yet. It is difficult to find fun things to do when it is too...

Opinion: Social Media makes us anxious, angry and polarized

Seth Root/The Broadside As of 2019, 90 percent of 18 to 29-year-olds use at least one social media site, according to Pew Research. 79 percent of 18 to 29-year-olds use Facebook. 67 percent of young adults...

All the bright places: NASA finds water on sunlit areas of the Moon

Kate Couch/ The Broadside NASA’s Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA) while on a mission has confirmed this week that there are water molecules in areas where the sun is reaching the moon surface on...

Opinion: The new iPhone 12, did Apple make the right changes?

Kate Couch/ The Broadside Anything that's not the election or COVID-19 related has flown under the radar, like the new iPhone. The release of the phone has been a little anti-climactic. Typically, when a new...

COCC board announces winter term plan, talks financial challenges from pandemic

Sitting in on COCC’s board of directors meeting to get the scoop on next term Kate Couch/The Broadside With everything up in the air whether that's school, work, home life, or even whether your Hawaii...

You’re not listening

Why people in 2020 don’t listen anymore. Kate Couch/ The Broadside With technology shortening our attention spans and politics being a seemingly unavoidable topic it seems like America is never going to agree. What people fail...

Editorial: Go out and vote

The Broadside Editorial Board Note: This editorial reflects the opinion of The Broadside’s team of editors—Seth Root, Sarah Lightley and Roman Russell, and does not necessarily reflect the opinion of The Broadside’s staff as a whole.  Forty-six...

Simple and easy switches you can make to reduce your carbon footprint

Kate Couch/ The Broadside It's no secret that young Millennials and Gen Z are a little bit more concerned about their carbon footprint and the waste they put into the world than the generations...

Three things that American schools could learn from Australian schools

Ayla Adkins/The Broadside Formal educational methods around the world are all diverse. Yet, it always seems surprising that something so familiar is entirely different somewhere else. Comparing school systems can be beneficial to help understand...

Opinion: How important is your voice?

As social media becomes more commonplace, the spread of information has unfolded rapidly as well. Everyone has a platform to share their opinion. Throughout most of human history, spreading information this fast would have...