Students share their perspectives on the ongoing nursing home debate
By Maggie Fipps
The reputation of nursing homes, if they had a good one to begin with, took a hit after 2020. With 168,579 COVID-19 deaths in nursing homes alone, the pandemic highlighted their staffing deficiencies. In response, Biden’s campaign promised to give adequate staffing and training to nursing home aides and give long-term caretakers better benefits and pay.
In September, the administration took steps to fulfill those promises. The new regulations require three hours of ...
Arts in Action: You live. You learn. You laugh.
By Ella Smith
From “Cracking Up” to “Scared Silly,” Cedarville’s very own comedy org Love to Laugh (LOL) has the campus in a riot of laughter. While over three hundred people came to their first show of the year alone, few people see the hard work, creativity, and teamwork that goes into putting on new and unique comedy shows that keep people laughing.
Although all of LOL’s shows are improv there is still a lot of practicing that goes on behind the scenes. The org meets for ...