By Julia Furmanek  Okay, I’ll admit it. I have a bit of a caffeine problem. It starts in the morning when I’m a little groggy from staying up too late the night before. I feel peppier after and I like it, so why not have another? Bring a little excitement to the drone of Zoom […]

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By Sophia Yakumithis In a Scandinavian history course I took freshman year, we learned about one of archaeology’s biggest blunders: The Kensington Runestone.  In Minnesota, a 202-pound chunk of stone was “discovered” in 1898 by a Swedish farmer who claimed it was covered in 14th century runic text. Widely accepted in the community as an […]

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