WE HEW TO THE LINE; LET THE CHIPS FALL WHERE THEY MAY.
The Things We Carry in Munson's COVID Ward
by Elitza Nicolaou
There are gowns and face shields and masks. The new air purifier helmets are lighter and quieter and more comfortable than our old ones, but after three or four or 12 hours nonstop in one, they’re heavy on the neck, and they dig into your scalp.
NMC Focuses on
by Kathryn DePauw
Late last spring, the country erupted with outrage over the death of African-American George Floyd in Minneapolis. As protests escalated and spread around the world, even our small corner of Michigan felt the impacts. Local protests were held in support of the...
Election Bravado Before Defeat at Local Trump Rally
by Nick Moug
“I fight harder and harder and harder and better than anyone’s ever fought for you. We were brought here. We were put here to fight for you. I had a very easy life before this, I have to tell you,” Donald Trump groused at his rally in Traverse City on Nov. 2.