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Is DACA safe until the elections?

In the early morning of June 18 “dreamers” woke up to the news they’ve been waiting for since last year. The Supreme Court ruled in favor of DACA staying, citing that the Trump administration did not take all the necessary steps to remove the program. Though the anxiety and fear may have eased, this does […]

Belarus: a social media revolution clashes the fear

This is a developing story, check back for updates. Last updated on June 18, 2020 at 11:00 PM PST “The people and the government came to the roundtable. The people were holding the Constitution, and the government came in… the tank.” That’s how Belarusian independent journalist and blogger Tatyana Martynova described a myriad of pre-election […]

Here’s how Black Lives Matter protests are in Hawaii

Over 10,000 people on Oahu marched in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement on Saturday, June 6. This was the largest Black Lives Matter protest in Hawaii so far. Shouts of “Black Lives Matter” and “No Justice, No Peace” filled the air as protestors marched from Ala Moana Beach Park to the State Capitol. […]

Black Lives Matter Utah founder condemns violence, presenting police reform bill

“The ultimate weakness of violence is that it is a descending spiral, begetting the very thing it seeks to destroy.”Martin Luther King Jr. BLM protests broke out in Salt Lake City on May 30 after the police officer Derek Chauvi murdered George Floyd. Chauvi and other officers arrived at the scene after a 911 call […]

What’s it really like to be in “phase one,” in Reno, NV

With Nevada in phase one of reopening, businesses have begun to open their doors once again, while following the guidelines they have been given, including staff wearing mandatory masks and gloves, and plastic shields wherever feasible. What is Phase One?   Governor Sisolak’s phase one includes hair salons, barbershops, retail stores, brewpubs, and restaurants that can open […]

Is love unstoppable? Coronavirus weddings thrive despite the pandemic

Coronavirus weddings have currently taken over the wedding industry as cities and states remain in partial shutdowns. Couples across the nation are not waiting for the novel coronavirus to run its course, as a vaccine is still in the works. Instead, hundreds of couples are being united with small weddings that uphold social distance guidelines; […]