As flu season approaches, students are encouraged to get the flu shot to ward off falling ill. According to experts, there is no risk in getting the flu vaccine and COVID-19 vaccine at the same time.
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The State Fair is back, but at what cost? Staff Columnist Emily Cooney tackles how NC State students should be heavily precautious of this event.
With some UNC healthcare professionals quitting their jobs in lieu of their vaccine requirement, correspondent Olivia Hille questions their competence if they are anti-vaccine in the healthcare industry.
Staff Columnist Destry Adams questions the rhetoric of The Free Pack’s COVID-19 coverage and asks for students' health to be prioritized.
With NC State returning to in-person operations in the fall semester, staff columnist Noah Jabusch argues requiring COVID-19 vaccines will encourage more students to get their shots.
With movie theaters opening back up as the world returns to a new normal, correspondent James Britt expresses his concerns about the same and why we may need to continue taking precautions long into the future.
The pandemic has undeniably been hard on all of us, but correspondent Anna Populorum explains how it has been worse for students with preexisting conditions and what we can personally do to help.
To assure students about the safety of the COVID-19 vaccine, Opinion Editor Caryl Espinoza Jaen and Assistant News Editor Sam Overton tell their experiences getting their first dose.
With the COVID-19 vaccine rollout now starting to include some university students, staff and faculty, staff columnist Noah Jabusch assures us that getting your shots is nothing to worry about.