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Biden Signs 17 Executive Orders on Day One

Immediately after being sworn into office on Jan. 20, President Joe Biden got to work signing 17 executive orders, memorandums, and directives meant in large part to undo his predecessor’s legacy and revert back to traditional political processes such as those of the Obama-era.  Biden first focused on the most …

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The Sports Industry’s Struggle with COVID-19

The recent Covid-19  pandemic has negatively impacted many industries for the past year. However, the unfortunate circumstances have not suppressed efforts to maintain a sense of normalcy. The sports industry, specifically, is  determined to push through the pandemic, though not without setbacks including a multitude of outbreaks. As the winter …

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New Strain of COVID-19 in San Diego County

A new strain of Covid-19, B.1.1.7, has surfaced in San Diego County. The new strain, first identified in the U.K., has been recognized in five U.S. states and 33 countries.  The first case within San Diego County, reported on December 29, was a 30-year-old man who had no recent travel …

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The Gradual Reopening of Youth Sports

In addition to education and social activities, Covid-19 has impacted the cherished extracurriculars of many high school athletes. As empty stadiums bring gloom on school campuses, students long to reconcile with their beloved sports.  “During these strange times, I understand how it may be hard to get students back on campus …

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Students Reveal Their Opinions on Reopening

With the USA death toll rapidly exceeding 224,000, Covid-19 has remodeled all aspects of modern life. Minor tasks, such as grocery runs and family get-togethers, have become potentially dangerous practices – while larger issues, such as education, prompt worry and dispute.   Decisions surrounding  the reopening of schools are changing with …

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Democracy Delivered

The rising tensions between political parties and constant policy debates perfectly describe this time of year: election season. As election day quickly approaches, Americans must make a nation-altering decision. On November 3, American citizens will fill in that bubble, in an attempt to change the country for the better.  Before …

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The NHL Flies High in the “Bubble”

Hockey is often characterized by a stimulating atmosphere—scraping ice, players crashing into one another, and fans banging on the walls while whooping and hollering. In light of the recent Covid-19 crisis, however, the NHL has resumed its season with only half of its trademark rowdy atmosphere. After calling a hiatus …

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