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How COVID-19 Impacts Sports Around North Central University

Winter and spring collegiate sports completely shut down their seasons in the middle of March. North Central University and other universities around the United States have cautiously started their fall and winter sports. Players and coaches are learning strategies on the fly to safely play the sports that they love. North Central University has enforced regulations that each athlete has...

North Central Woman’s Basketball Hopes for a UMAC Playoff Return

North Central Woman’s Basketball Hopes for a UMAC Playoff Return

Bethany Shield drives the ball during a game against Karli Skog of the St. Scholastica Saints at the Clark-Danielson Gymnasium in Minneapolis Jan. 29. The Rams had a lead through most of the game, but lost it in the fourth, finishing the game 10 points back, 66-77. The North Central University women’s basketball team is seeking a second consecutive playoff...

Fighting the Unseen Enemy

Comparing Two Pandemics 102 Years Apart In 1918, a world entrenched by war was also being consumed by an invisible battle: the Spanish flu. Though the virus began circulating the globe in spring of 1918, it would only be mere months before the sickness began stealing the lives of Minnesotans. Over two years, the deadly epidemic would claim the lives...

Twin Cities Museums Struggle to Stay Afloat Amidst COVID-19

On March 13, 2020, in response to the threat of COVID Governor Walz’ issued an executive stay-at-home order that changed the future preservation of Twin Cities Museums, and with it changed the preservation of Minnesota’s past. The executive order impacted Twin Cities museums with mandating attendance limits, deflating museum income, and ultimately causing an uncertain future for its museums. During...