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    COVID-19’s disproportionate effects on minority communities

COVID-19’s disproportionate effects on minority communities

Progressing into the sixth month of coronavirus, the U.S. death toll reaches nearly 160,000, with a total of over four million cases, and with significant racial differences in poverty, healthcare and housing thousands of Americans have been disproportionately affected by the virus. The USA Today says that the “lopsided outcomes are largely

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    End of unemployment benefits will cause millions to suffer

End of unemployment benefits will cause millions to suffer

Since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, we have seen how terrible our president has reacted to the crisis. Trump has repeatedly refused to believe that COVID-19 was real and did not react properly to help the people in this country. His administration continues to deny that COVID-19 is an

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    There’s no point in doing online commencement

There’s no point in doing online commencement

With COVID-19 ravaging through Texas right now, UNT made the correct call in postponing commencement for students graduating at the end of the spring semester. In lieu of an actual commencement, however, UNT instead announced that there will be an online commencement, but honestly, what’s the point? A four-hour virtual

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    Long-term impacts of shutdowns could outweigh short-term health risks

Long-term impacts of shutdowns could outweigh short-term health risks

The unnecessary politicization of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) by President Donald Trump and the Democratic establishment has led to yet another division amongst the American people. Two camps have popped up on social media and it seems you have to belong to one or the other — either you think masks

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    Inmates have been forgotten amid COVID-19 pandemic

Inmates have been forgotten amid COVID-19 pandemic

As COVID-19 cases continue to rise throughout the country, one of the forgotten groups amid the pandemic has been inmates that are incarcerated in prisons and jails. Inmates are also one of the many groups of people who are at higher risk of being exposed and contracting the virus.  Prisons

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    College athletes should be wary of returning to sports

College athletes should be wary of returning to sports

On March 12, the NCAA announced that it would cancel March Madness for the first time since the beginning of World War II in 1939. This cancellation was due to the increasing surge of COVID-19 cases in the country. Despite cases continuing to surge, the NCAA is making a push

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    Greg Abbott’s mistakes on masks and re-openings

Greg Abbott’s mistakes on masks and re-openings

Months into what appears to still be the peak of a pandemic, restaurants, bars, gyms and stores have slowly begun their reopening phases throughout June, under Texas Governor, Greg Abbott’s orders. The first executive order made on March 19 issued the closing of these institutions, one week after one of

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    The world is not impressed by the U.S.

The world is not impressed by the U.S.

The American identity is certainly a complex tapestry, but one of its most resonant aspects is its sense of uniqueness in the world. The U.S. prides itself on being the standard for cosmopolitanism, bringing people from all walks of life into a society that celebrates their differences. And though there

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    COVID-19’s misleading impact on the games industry

COVID-19’s misleading impact on the games industry

It’s truly fascinating to see how any industry reacts and acclimates to the supremely concerning realities of COVID-19, it impacts no less than any and every sub-economic market for whatever is the topic of thorough analysis. The games industry has suffered similarly to any other, however, the situation’s led to

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    Bar lives don’t matter

Bar lives don’t matter

Following Governor Greg Abbott’s order to close all drinking establishments starting June 26, Texas bar owners took to the streets and to the contracts to oppose the order. Protesters rushed the capitol in Austin to demand to reopen carrying signs with appropriated language from the Black Lives Matter movement reading

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