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Check out “CALM” by 5 Seconds of Summer

Kayla Ivan, Herald Contributor

April 7, 2020

While inside during the COVID-19 outbreak, listening to new music can be a fun way to occupy yourself. 5 Seconds of Summer, also known as 5SOS, released their brand-new album “CALM” on March 27.“CALM” is an album embody...

8 healthy foods for quarantine

Adam Zerman, Herald Contributor

April 2, 2020

1. EggsEggs are a great choice for breakfast since they are filled with protein. This will help you get your day started. You can make them any style you want (scrambled, poached, sunny side up) and you can even add cheese for...

Get groovy with “Samsmoves” on Instagram Samantha Verity ’19 creates a dance platform for those who want to dance during quarantine

April Federico, Herald Contributor

April 2, 2020

Social distancing has everyone in a rut, especially dancers who want to stay active. With everything closed, RWU alumna Samantha Verity from the class of 2019 created a platform on Instagram called “Samsmoves,” which enco...

The history of past pandemics

Emma Bartlett, Arts and Culture Editor

April 2, 2020

Many times when we go through certain experiences, we feel alone. We believe no one has gone through the same thing or felt the same way. With many individuals experiencing isolation and self-quarantine because of the COVID-19 ...

Late night shows adjust filming in response to COVID-19 Jimmy Fallon records “The Tonight Show” from home

Adam Zerman, Herald Contributor

March 26, 2020

With major changes around the world due to the Coronavirus, many things are being affected. Television shows fall into that category. Many TV shows that are not pre-shot months before they air are struggling to film and in some c...

Five ways to stay entertained in quarantine

Kayla Ivan, Herald Contributor

March 26, 2020

A staycation is something we have all likely dreamed about at one point or another. Now, with COVID-19 in our lives, we are being advised to stay inside and avoid the spread of germs in public places. When boredom strikes while ...

Netflix’s “Self Made” may be up next on your watch list

Emma Bartlett, Arts and Culture Editor

March 26, 2020

On March 20, Netflix released a limited, four episode series on Madam C.J. Walker titled “Self Made.” Walker is remembered as the famous black woman who developed hair products for women of color. Her business proved to be ...

Spring room inspiration for this season

Kayla Ivan, Herald Contributor

March 19, 2020

Warmer days are upon us as the spring season rolls in. Although you might be quarantining, this could be the perfect time for updating your room or home for the new season. In order to prepare for bright skies and the light breez...

Can you help Carmen Sandiego?

Veronica Rodriguez, Herald Contributor

March 19, 2020

With the extension of spring break, it's understandable and expected that plans are going to shift. So, as you hang around the house watching TV this week, here’s a new show you may want to try. In 2018, Netflix came out with its very first interactive movie: “Blackmirror: ...

COVID-19: Senior dance majors take a hit

Ashton Waldron, Herald Contributor

March 19, 2020

Senior dance majors are very upset over the campus shutdown amid COVID-19. As the university moves to online courses, dance majors are left with many questions.As some prepared to perform in their last Junior Senior Showcase afte...

Stop by to watch RWU Theatre’s performance of “The Mandrake”

Emma Bartlett, Arts and Culture Editor

March 1, 2020

If you need a night that’ll entertain you and keep you laughing, then the RWU Performing Arts Center is the place to go. Beginning on Friday, Feb. 28, theatre students acted out Niccolo Machiavelli’s “The Mandrake” for the public. The plot ...

Queen Victoria: A legacy worth reading about

Spencer Wright, Herald Contributor

February 27, 2020

Julia Baird’s book, “Victoria the Queen: An Intimate Biography of the Woman Who Ruled an Empire,” delves into the life of England’s second longest reigning monarch. This book looks at the prime ministers who helped shape...

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