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.

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. 

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On Saturday’s Women’s March Day of Action, people from all over the United States rallied for abortion rights. Here in Seattle, a crowd of people gathered at Westlake Park for the Rally for Reproductive Justice in support of reproductive rights and to fight against the current bans on aborti…

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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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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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I grew up in a town that has thrown more Trump rallies than pride events.