By Anthony Covino
President Joe Biden held his first ever Presidential Town Hall last night where he discusses many topics facing the nation currently including COVID-19, the economy, and much more. The town hall was broadcasted on CNN.
Biden focused on the current vaccine distribution in the country. He also mentioned how time was wasted by the Trump administration as the vaccine was not rolled out fast enough to the public and how the pandemic was not handled properly.
Biden suggested a sign of hope and normalcy as he stated that hopefully by next Christmas the country will be in a very different circumstance.
“So if that works that way, as my mother would say with the grace of God and the goodwill of the neighbors, that by next Christmas I think we’ll be in a very different circumstance God willing, than we are today,” Biden said, according to newsmax.com.
Women’s Bowling Update
Over the weekend the women’s bowling team took part in the two day Garden State Classic which was hosted by Monmouth University where they faced six schools including NJCU, Sacred Heart, Caldwell University, Monmouth University, Bloomfield and Felician.
On the first day they had a 5-0 record in their matches beating NJCU, Sacred Heart, Caldwell University, Monmouth University and Bloomfield. However, on the second day their winning streak came to an end where the Knights went 4-1 bringing their record for the season to 9-1 with facing their only loss against Caldwell University.
Senior Jenna Henderson and Senior Aimee Sherman both provided strong performances earning second and third place for the top five individual standings in the classic.
The Knights next match will take place on Feb. 19 against Duquesne at 11:30 am in Mount. Joy, Pennsylvania.
This morning FDU emailed the first health and safety update for the semester
There are 28 total positive COVID-19 cases at FDU with 17 cases at the Florham campus and 11 at the Metropolitan Campus. There are also 4 positive staff cases and 6 positive commuter cases.
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There were 3,144 new positive COVID-19 cases in New Jersey bringing the total up to 751,000 positive cases in New Jersey with 73,077 cases in Bergen County.
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*Numbers according to Google Statistics.
Stay tuned for the more daily news update tomorrow at 10 a.m.