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All across UW, we’re experiencing worker shortages and understaffed departments –– Disability Resources for Students (DRS) is unfortunately no exception.

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The question on the morality of billionaires is not a new concept. No doubt, the popularity of Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in present-day politics and the increased conversation surrounding socialism have heightened questions of whether or not billionaires …

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Over the course of the 20th century, the United States built one of the most extensive legal protections for freedom of expression in the world, one that also protects speech that harms individuals and oppressed groups within society. 

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Editor’s note: As a Brazilian studying in the United States, understanding that the rain irrigating the Global North to its prosperity is the same that drowns my home country and the whole of the Global South into eternal sub-development was almost inevitable. Inspired by Joaquín Torres-Garc…

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In case you were unaware, el Día de los Muertos —  aka The Day of the Dead — is not “Mexican Halloween.” The misrepresentation that this holiday is Halloween for Latines comes from generations of cultural appropriation and the commodification of the culture.

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Earlier this month, the California state legislature and Gov. Gavin Newsom enacted a policy requiring public universities to update the diplomas of students who have changed their names, including for gender-affirming reasons. Washington state and Gov. Jay Inslee have yet to do the same — ho…

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Following Seattle’s hottest summer on record, the cool, fall air comes like a sigh of relief. Leaves are turning, bells are ringing, and in-person classes are back in session. But students and staff know what else is in the air — the coronavirus.

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I want you to picture yourself before college. For some of you, it might be easy, and for others, a little more difficult. But from what you do remember, I want to paint a picture for you.