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Harris v Pence: a more civil debate
Harris v Pence: a more civil debate
Madalynn Spyker, Editor • October 9, 2020

The vice presidential debate happened on Wednesday, Oct. 7,  at Kingsbury Hall at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City. Moderator, Susan Page of USA Today, was very clear...

PA experiences a rise in virus-related cases
Guitar hero gone

Guitar hero gone

October 9, 2020

The announcement of the death of lead guitarist Edward “Eddie” Lodewijk...

The virtual perspective: What class is like on zoom

October 5, 2020

After a few weeks of school amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, Central is trying...

United States pulls out of international COVID vaccine effort

October 5, 2020

In an effort co-led by the World Health Organization (WHO), over 170 nations...

The evolution of Halloween candy

Anna Lumsargis, Editor-in-Chief of On the Prowl | October 9, 2020

It wouldn’t be Halloween without the candy. Over the years there has been an array of different candies handed out on Oct. 31st, but it wasn’t always this way.  When trick-or-treating started in the 1930s or 1940s,  kids would get homemade cookies, pieces of cake, fruit, nuts, toys and coins. It wasn’t until the 1950s when candy manufacturers began to advertise their products for Halloween....

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Anna Lumsargis, Editor-in-Chief of On the Prowl | October 5, 2020

Theater during the pandemic has almost entirely ceased due to it being impossible to keep social distancing and mask-wearing procedures in place. Broadway isn’t intending to start up again until at least early January. Producers are now offering refunds and exchanges for tickets bought through Jan 3.  Financially, Broadway has been struck hard. The Actors’ Equity Association has been pushing...

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Bubble Gum, Blue Jeans and The Prowler – All cool since the 50s!
Bubble Gum, Blue Jeans and The Prowler – All cool since the 50s!