The Tower Pulse

How to watch fall sports during COVID-19

Brad Kemper ‘21, Staff writer

October 5, 2020

Returning to play fall sports in the midst of a pandemic is a daunting challenge, but there are a few ways that you are able to watch games this year. These precautions include the limitation of fans at home sporting events...

Caya Craig ‘23

September 28, 2020

Caya Craig ’23 is a sophomore this year and is starting her first year on Tower staff as a copy editor. During lockdown Craig dedicated most of her free time to school work, but also used the time to write short stories, so...

ALL IN THIS TOGETHER: The Campus Shop in The Village has collected food items for those in need. Grosse Pointers are
welcomed to leave their excess food or pick up anything they've been looking for.

Coping as a community

April 21, 2020

Opinion: Learning about COVID-19 from a healthcare worker

Anna Cornell '20, Staff Writer

April 15, 2020

For the past eight years Jeffery James Cornell, better known as dad, has worked as a physician assistant (PA) primarily in the emergency room. His crazy work stories would always amuse me; sewing someone’s eye lid, getting k...

Five Netflix series to binge watch during quarantine

Andrew Acker '21, Staff Writer

March 27, 2020

“Peaky Blinders” is a British television series that depicts a group of gangsters called the Peaky Blinders. The series follows the gang’s leader, Thomas Shelby ”Cillian Murphy” as he deals with the day-to-day problems...

Straying away from religious roots on St. Patrick’s Day

Aaron Vyletel '21, Staff Writer

March 6, 2020

St. Patrick’s day is a holiday that has been celebrated for over a thousand years, based on the Christian religion. The celebration has started to lose its traditions and become modernized, as its original intent was to celebrate...