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The average American adult spends over 11 hours a day looking at a screen. The average teen, around 9 hours. And it’s only on the rise.

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Ah, summertime in Seattle. The crushing anxiety of forest fire smoke, the bustle of Amazon interns flocking to the city, and the smell of BO wafting through the grocery aisle of Trader Joe’s. Sure, the solstice is a reliable marker for the start of summer, but so is the sight of me on the bu…

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When we think of summer, we often think of sunny days outside with friends and family. But this summer, many may be confined indoors as the annual smoke season approaches.   

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Editor’s note: Hannah Krieg is often critical of people who accept the beliefs of their parents, or the first and only option they have explored. When she stepped away from Catholicism, she stepped away from all religion without a second glance. So, Hannah is visiting different places of wor…

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Kelly MacWhorter’s first personal experience with grief occurred during her inpatient training at Harborview Medical Center. After her patient died, she didn’t get an opportunity to express herself and was expected to continue working. When MacWhorter broke down during her shift, she realize…

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On July 23, a post on the Wildfire app, a localized alert app for college campuses, alerted the UW community that there was an ICE raid at the UW Link Station and downtown at the Big Fish Games offices, a local casual gaming company. When The Daily tried to investigate the source of this cla…

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Opioid overdose and addiction has become a pernicious epidemic, impacting the lives of millions across the country. In rural and disadvantaged populations, however, the epidemic’s effects have been disproportionately severe. 

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Editor’s note: Hannah Krieg is often very critical of people who accept the beliefs of their parents, or the first and only option they have explored. When she stepped away from Catholicism, she stepped away from all religion without a second glance. So, Hannah is visiting different places o…

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The seventh annual Husky Help & Hope Walk for suicide and mental health awareness was hosted by Huskies for Suicide Prevention and Awareness (HSPA) and Forefront Suicide Prevention on Saturday, May 18. HSPA is a student-run organization that aims to bring about awareness for mental healt…

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[Editor’s Note: Amid the bleakness of winter quarter, columnist Chamidae Ford decided to write an article for The Daily that discussed the link between fashion and feeling good about yourself. As a self-proclaimed fashionista, Chamidae says clothing has always had the power to shape her mood…

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Editor’s Note: This article is the first in a three-part series within Thelonious Goerz’s weekly (Guy)necology column focusing on incels, their unique threat to women, and the mental health effects on the members of the hate groups.

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The song, “Boys don’t cry,” debuted in 1980 as The Cure’s first American single. The song is about covering up emotion and hiding it behind the facade of being a tough guy. The title of the song, which references a common conception that real men don’t cry, is actually, to me, an ironic line…