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Ysabel Nakasone

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Biden and Democratic lawmakers may need student loan forgiveness more than borrowers

With the effects of the pandemic still taking its toll, the Biden administration announced that the student loan payment moratorium will be extended to...

Hatred against Asian Americans surged during the pandemic, but history shows this has been...

A new national report done by the group Stop AAPI Hate shows that about 20% Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders have experienced a hate-motivated...

Religion and American politics create a dangerous partnership

President Biden’s recent visit with the Pope and protests over Biden’s participation in the sacrament of the Eucharist have brought religion, specifically its intersection...

Student Researchers United continues to struggle with UC system while lecturers call off strike

Student researchers are preparing for a possible strike after the UC seeks to exclude fellows and trainees from their new union, Student Researchers United,...

Family Thanksgiving celebrations must adhere to safety precautions

A poll in September found that nearly 20% of Americans are still unvaccinated and do not plan to be vaccinated. This percentage is concerning...

Post-lockdown, students need to prioritize sleep hygiene

  Research is showing that a surprising 98% of people are experiencing new sleeping problems after the pandemic-induced lockdown. What is especially concerning is that...

The joy of trick-or-treating has no expiration date

Halloween is a holiday that celebrates the spooky and the abnormal, yet there is a strict set of social standards and rules surrounding the...

Prolonged grief amidst COVID-19 is affecting the mental health of millions of families

Estimates indicate that deaths during COVID-19 will leave behind about 16 million grieving family members. This number may be even higher when including those...