I’m sure you’re all tired of hearing about the COVID-19 pandemic. You’ve been shut in for months, unable to escape the fears and anxieties that come with it. Or you might be the person who went out and spread it to all your frat bros. Regardless, your life has been saturated with the pandemic. Let me be the one to add yet another negative association with the word pandemic.
I’m sure you’ve all heard by now, but the long-seated Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died. She passed away on Sept. 18 and immediately reinvigorated a partisan conflict that’s been brewing for the past four years. Her body hadn’t even been cold, and people were already in an uproar about what the proceeding replacement would look like.