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Be honest: How many times this morning did you hit the snooze button, convincing yourself that if you just get three more minutes of sleep before you get ready, you’ll be ready to seize the day?

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Editor's Note: Living in today’s world as a queer person of color has made it clear that spaces are dominated by and fundamentally for white folks. In an effort to reclaim power and uplift marginalized communities, this column acts as a step to holding institutions of power like the UW accou…

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The end of the seventh Democratic debate comes with some much-needed reflection. As a member of the Latinx community, I’m within my right to say that I am unimpressed with the way things have played out. Democratic candidates need to be focused on the bigger idea of winning the presidential …

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Editor's Note: Living in today’s world as a queer person of color has made it clear that spaces are dominated by, and fundamentally, for white folks. In an effort to reclaim power and uplift marginalized communities, this column acts as a step to holding institutions of power like the UW acc…

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Editor's Note: Here at The Daily, we encourage our readers to submit guest editorials and letters to be featured in our Free Speech Friday column. We welcome all voices to contribute positively to campus conversations. Our submission guidelines can be found here.

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Editor’s Note: This column looks at how race is portrayed and manipulated in today’s media and in my everyday life as an East Asian-American girl, an identity that typically gives both privilege and struggle. In a supposedly “woke” city, it is important to review the ever-changing intricacie…

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It’s Jan. 6. Your New Year’s resolutions are still sitting on your desk untouched because your hangover from New Year’s Eve is still eating away at your motivation. The time has officially passed — there is no way you can change your life because the God-given day to do so has passed.

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It’s winter quarter, and after a long break of endless hours of Netflix in bed, I am not mentally or physically prepared to survive a full day of classes again. The temptation to get home, slip into my pj’s, tuck myself into bed, and not move until the morning is more real than ever. Natural…