C.W. Razor and Jaden McGlofinFinally, the chapter of the infamous 2020 year has come to a close.
The past year can be perceived in many different ways, most commonly as the year of Covid or the lost year with the pandemic forcing worldwide restrictions to put a halt on any plans and aspirations one hoped to strive for.
Now into 2021, where does one even begin to start moving forward?
To get some insight on what people are working toward and looking forward to in the future, the Gazette asked Mar...
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