Fiorella Beccaglia

She is the Managing Editor starting fall 2019. She was the A&E Editor in fall 2019. Also, was the Opinion Editor in spring 2019.

Coronavirus Updates in the US

As of Apr. 21, there are more than 2.4 million COVID-19 cases worldwide and 787,960 people in the United States. Of the reported cases in the U.S., at least 42,364 people have died as a result of the virus, with 18,653 of those deaths reported in New York, 4,520 in New Jersey, 2,468 in Michigan, 1,328 in Louisiana, 1,349 in Illinois and 1,229 related deaths reported in California. Worldwide, about 2.5 million cases have been reported and 171,652 related deaths, according to the Johns Hopkins virus dashboard.

Justin Bieber Returns With ‘Changes’

After a 4-year hiatus, the Biebs returns as Mr. Bieber with a new R&B album called “Changes.” Justin recorded “Changes” mostly with his main writing collaborator Poo Bear and Josh Gudwin, his trusted producer and audio engineer. Without the presence of someone like Skrillex (who helmed six songs on 2015’s “Purpose”), “Changes” settles into a chill, stream-friendly vibe. Its 16 songs (plus a remix) are all very different from the “Purpose” singles.

Super Tuesday Expectations

Super Tuesday is the election day in the presidential primaries when the greatest number of states hold caucuses and primary elections. In the 2020 Presidential Election, Super Tuesday fell on Mar. 3. The date was one of the most consequential days in the Democratic Party, and yielded about one third of the total delegate allocation. These delegates come from the 14 participating states.

Latest Updates on Coronavirus

More than 2,000 people have died from coronavirus across the globe, according to the latest figures released Tuesday, Feb. 18. The virus has infected more than 75,000 people around the world, mostly in mainland China. The death toll stands exactly at 2,009, including five people outside mainland China with one death in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, the Philippines and France.

Bernie Sanders VS Elizabeth Warren

With the 2020 presidential race around the corner, you may be wondering how the election’s most popular Democrats differ, or you may be a progressive voter trying to distinguish who to lend your support to. Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren are the leading progressives of the race, and although they have many similarities, they are also perceived as two sides of the same progressive coin. Nonetheless, both are liberal populists who want to fundamentally change the current economic system to help working and middle-class Americans.

Why Trump’s Ukraine Scheme Is a Big Deal?

Over the few two weeks, the American people have learned that President Trump orchestrated a scheme to get what he called a “favor” from a foreign leader by withholding a White House meeting and hundreds of millions of dollars in military aid, against his own administration’s policy and the bipartisan wishes of Congress. And yet the details of the Ukraine story didn’t neatly map onto some Americans’ idea of obvious presidential misconduct. One persistent question for many is whether President Trump was really doing all this for himself, rather than in pursuit of the American national interest. That’s a really important question right now and is at the heart of the impeachment inquiry.

Winter Storm Hits 30 States

The winter storm that barreled across the United States from Cedar Grove, California, where it dropped 49 inches of snow, to Ogunquit, Maine, which saw more than a foot, was finally departing on Tuesday, Dec. 3, but not before giving New England one last hit. Having come ashore from the Pacific a week ago as a “bomb cyclone,” the storm dropped at least four inches of snow in 30 states. Its mix of cold, wind, snow, sleet and rain shuttered schools, blocked hundreds of miles of highways, and delayed many flights.

Chartwells’ Monopoly on Food?

Chartwells is Eastern’s official food vendor. The university and Chartwells have an extensive contract, and they provide all the food on campus— from what you eat at Hurley, to the Student Center food court, to the library cafe, and even at campus events. Chartwells essentially has a monopoly on food at Eastern.