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Isabella del Nido

Isabella del Nido, Print Editor-in-Chief

Hello! My name is Isabella, I'm super excited to be an Editor-in-Chief for the Dispatch.

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Isabella del Nido, Print Editor-in-Chief
June 9, 2023
What’s said online has become its own category of communication. As generation Z grew up with the rise of the internet, its imprint could have lasting effects on the way we traditionally use vocabulary.

GenZeration change

Isabella del Nido, Print Editor-in-Chief
March 10, 2023
Recent activity from celebrities across all platforms on the web are sparking a new debate on what people can and can’t say to millions through a screen. 

Free to speak

Isabella del Nido, Print Editor-in-Chief
January 17, 2023
As planets transit through the zodiac signs, they bring their own influences to the body. Based on this, astrology and medicine can go hand-in-hand.

Deep within the stars

Isabella del Nido, Print Editor-in-Chief
December 15, 2022
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[Photo] Texans re-elect Governor Abbott

Lucille Price, Print Editor-in-Chief
November 23, 2022
Roe’s reversal has shaken ground and will most likely leave a mark on American history. In a future of uncertainty, each state has a choice to make. Future voters can be a part of that choice.

Roe V. Wade

Isabella del Nido, Print Editor-in-Chief
October 11, 2022
Even when the violence subsides, many are left to pick up the pieces of their mental health.

The Face of Domestic Violence

Isabella del Nido, Double Truck Editor
June 1, 2022
The new Omicron COVID-19 variant has caused an increase in cases on campus.

[Photo] Omicron outbreak continues

Arushi Sharma, Editor-in-Chief
February 22, 2022
Throughout history women have been shamed for their periods and it has negatively affected the way we interact with the normal bodily functions. For instance, a 2019 Kentucky bill was proposed that would make menstural products non-taxable. It didn’t even make it out of committee. Shying away from this subject is one of the reasons that so many people don’t have access to the sanitary products they need.

[Photo] Free menstrual products are overdue

Audrey Hagan, Staff Writer
December 9, 2021
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[Photo] America divided

Anna Holme, Editor-in-Chief
November 30, 2021
After 5 years this song feels like an opening to a new age of Adele, one of happiness and positivity. 

“Easy On Me”: The Comeback Single

Isabella del Nido, Arts/Graphics Editor
November 30, 2021
Cancel culture, or the mass expression of social disapproval towards a person or public figure, commonly takes place on social media where the target audience consists of younger generations.

[Photo] Is Gen-Z too soft?

Alli Ekrot, Staff Writer
October 28, 2021
The Met Gala’s guest list turns heads

The Met Gala’s guest list turns heads

Isabella del Nido, Arts/Graphics Editor
October 4, 2021
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