Gonzaga Alum Clears Air Regarding Alleged Recruiting Violation Involving Holmgren

Recent rumors involving the University of Gonzaga and Chet Holmgren, the top-ranked basketball player in the 2021 high school class, were squashed Monday by a Gonzaga donor who had been accused of offering Holmgren improper benefits. Sandra DeLong, the Gonzaga donor in question, explained to reporters that it had been a case of mistaken identity … Continue reading Gonzaga Alum Clears Air Regarding Alleged Recruiting Violation Involving Holmgren

Temperance Group Criticizes Pennsylvania Alcohol Ban, Says it Doesn’t go Far Enough

A temperance group in Pennsylvania criticized Democratic Governor Tom Wolf on Tuesday for the upcoming one-night ban on alcohol sales in bars and restaurants, arguing that the ban does not go far enough. Joseph T. Todeler, a member of the temperance group widely known as the Baptist Church, slammed Governor Wolf for only instituting the … Continue reading Temperance Group Criticizes Pennsylvania Alcohol Ban, Says it Doesn’t go Far Enough

Man Attends Zoom Meeting Without Exposing Himself

A Raleigh man attended a Zoom meeting Monday and made it through the entire session without exposing himself to his colleagues. Paul Wood, a home-bound office worker, told reporters he was worried that the meeting wouldn't go well. "I'll tell you I was nervous," Trapp explained. "I don't have the most up-to-date computer in the … Continue reading Man Attends Zoom Meeting Without Exposing Himself