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BCA considers ACB
Meghana Veldhuis, Writer and Editor • November 25, 2020

         Irrespective of political affiliations, the United States of America lost an invaluable member of the Supreme Court: Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died on September 18th, 2020. As the nation...

The Show Must Go On
Cadee Lee, Assistant Managing Editor • November 11, 2020

With Broadway’s recent statement to remain closed until 2021, the Emmy Award ceremony, held completely virtual, and the cancelled concerts of artists around the world, many are starting to wonder...

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The Sports World vs. COVID-19
Trinity Hansen, Writer • November 25, 2020

The first COVID-19 case was reported on November 17, 2019 in the Chinese province, Hubei. Eventually, the virus spread to the rest of the world, leading to a global pandemic....

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What's Going on With TikTok?
Elena Jacoby • November 25, 2020

Let’s talk about TikTok. The ByteDance owned application, which boasts hundreds of millions of downloads globally, has a tumultuous track record, both with its users...

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Stacey Na, Copy Editor • January 13, 2021

A white blanket of snow envelops the cold grass, just as a fashionable wool coat may do to you. As the holidays approach, winter is here in extreme New Jersey climate “fashion.”...

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BCA's Thoughts on the First Presidential Debate
Neha Vazarkar, Editor • October 26, 2020

The first presidential debate was long-awaited by people on both sides of the political spectrum. It would be the first time that Vice President Joe Biden and President Trump...

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Fall-Themed Activities: Social Distancing Style
Mia Wasserman • January 13, 2021

After eight months of quarantine, many people are finding it difficult to remain patient and continue following social distancing guidelines. COVID-19 cases have been rising...

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