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University President RESIGNS Amidst Antisemitism Scandal, Severe Storms CLAIM Lives in Tennessee, and LSU Quarterback Wins Heisman Trophy

Liz Magill, president of the University of Pennsylvania, and her board chair have resigned amid backlash over their handling of antisemitism allegations. Similarly, the presidents of Harvard and MIT face mounting pressure for their responses to antisemitism on their campuses.

Severe storms ripped through central Tennessee causing six fatalities and injuring nearly two dozen. Meanwhile, GOP presidential candidates reemerged with stories centered around family values and faith.

In sports news, LSU’s quarterback Jayden Daniels secured the Heisman Trophy following a stellar season. Anthony Davis led the Lakers to an NBA In-Season Tournament title with a 123-109 victory over Pacers. Shohei Ohtani has signed a lucrative contract with Los Angeles Dodgers.

John Whitmire won Houston’s mayoral race defeating congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee. Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour became the first tour to gross over $1 billion according to Pollstar.

Ryan O’Neal, star of ‘Love Story,’ passed away at age 82 while actor Jonathan Majors faces accusations related to medical treatment avoidance.

The US vetoed a Gaza cease-fire resolution as Israel continued its offensive in Gaza amidst escalating death tolls. New US aid for Ukraine seems increasingly out of reach by year-end as GOP ties it to border security issues.

McDonald’s is testing its new CosMc’s chain following unprecedented global expansion efforts while technology advances are helping those without homes adapt in our increasingly cashless society.

The State Department green-lighted sale of tank ammunition to Israel bypassing Congress while Putin aims for another term as Russian President extending his rule beyond two decades.

Shohei Ohtani agreed on a record $700 million contract spanning ten years with Dodgers while Army narrowly defeated Navy 17-11 in a nail-biting finish.

In music news, Neil Young’s ‘Before and After’ offers one continuous stream of rarities according to reviews.

Finally, Oxford University Press named ‘rizz’ as its word of the year and Barbie doll honoring Cherokee Nation leader Wilma Mankiller has been met with mixed emotions.