By: Trinity Greene Photos: Pixabay, Freepik, Pexels, Getty Images, Anadolu Agency “Since 2013, the debate and controversy surrounding police brutality in the United States has been transformed by…
By: Grace Harris Photos: Freepik, Pixabay, Pexels “As we have just reached the one-year anniversary of the quarantine, many of the practices that are currently implemented, like wearing…
By: Dayana Torrez
Haniel Torrez reflects on attending classes during COVID-19
By: Connor Reed
Joseph Whelan, Marymount student, reflects on attending classes during COVID-19
By: Noel Lopez
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Want to know how to become a leader here at Marymount University? Positions like Community Assistant, Orientation Leader, Peer Mentor, and Student Ambassador are the four student leadership positions offered at Marymount University. However, there are more ways of becoming a leader through clubs, work positions, athletics, and programs.
By Jonathan Nunez Salgado
Photo by: Dhammika Heenpella / CWSSIP Images of Sri Lanka is licensed under CC BY-NC 2.0
ARLINGTON, VA- The closing of university campuses across the country due to the COVID-19 pandemic affected more than a million international students living in university dorms, forcing them to find a new place to live, far from their homelands, and remaining in quarantine in the United States.