My Experience with Summer Study Abroad

by Jocelyn Visnov, Asst. Production Editor This past July, I boarded a plane with seven other MC students and a professor I had never met before. The weeks that followed were easily the most adventurous and memorable of my summer. Two and a half weeks may not seem like a long time compared to the traditional semester-long study abroad experience. However, each day was so … Continue reading My Experience with Summer Study Abroad

Is the Hamburger Worth the Damage?: The Environmental Case for Going Plant-Based.

by Jocelyn Visnov, Asst. Production Editor People who choose a plant- based diet are often assumed to be picky eating tree-huggers who want to talk about kale and make things awkward at dinner parties. In reality, this is entirely untrue. There are a variety of reasons as to why people choose to consume a plant- based diet, including concerns for health, ethics or animals. However, … Continue reading Is the Hamburger Worth the Damage?: The Environmental Case for Going Plant-Based.

NYC Indoor Dining Restrictions Shut the Door for Student Employment

by Adrianne Hutto, Asst. Production Editor After months of indoor dining being closed in New York City in response to the surge in COVID-19 cases this winter, Governor Cuomo announced that indoor dining will resume on Valentine‚Äôs Day, Feb. 14th, with 25% capacity. However, the closure and restrictions have decreased the number of available jobs in the city. This general decrease also gives students less … Continue reading NYC Indoor Dining Restrictions Shut the Door for Student Employment