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NASDAQ: The Latest Corporate Advocate for Social Justice

NASDAQ: The Latest Corporate Advocate for Social Justice
December 11, 2020

As time goes on, the western world has become more and more progressive. Some social justice solutions are for the better, but many destroy the meritocracy that this country and capitalism were founded...

End SARS; the viral Twitter movement from nigeria

End SARS; the viral Twitter movement from nigeria
November 20, 2020

Social media platforms like Twitter and Instagram carry the torch in advocating for social justice; attempting to bring attention to and reprimand disparate treatment and societal inequalities. Instagram...

QAnon: Digital “Patriots for Truth, Justice, and the American Way”

QAnon: Digital
November 5, 2020

The far-right conspiracy group QAnon has made attempts to, as they describe it, drain the swamp and expose the allegedly rampant pedophilia within the U.S Government. QAnon claims to be a sentinel of the...

2020 Presidential Election: Live Coverage and Editor’s Op/Ed

2020 Presidential Election: Live Coverage and Editor's Op/Ed
November 3, 2020

7:00 p.m. CST - Biden: 85 electorate votes, Trump: 55 electorate votes. Florida is currently being counted, and if Trump takes this state, Biden is in for a battle. As previously mentioned, Biden's attack...

The Social Dilemma Review

The Social Dilemma Review
October 22, 2020

For those unfamiliar, the Social Dilemma is a new Netflix documentary that investigates the dangerous repercussions of social networking and the internet as a whole. The documentary is unique in that fact...

The Green New Deal vs. Basic Mathematics

The Green New Deal vs. Basic Mathematics
The Green New Deal makes promises it can not keep.
October 21, 2020

One of the first things you learn in an American civics class is that a president of the United States serves a maximum of two terms in office. This was the precedent set by George Washington when he declined...

ACB, Easy As 123

ACB, Easy As 123
Court Packing. Well, not really
October 21, 2020

The constitution, initially created in 1787, outlined the legislative and executive branch in detail, but the judicial branch not so much. The constitution allows Congress to stipulate much of the structure...

The Social Dilemma For Representation in Oromia

The Social Dilemma For Representation in Oromia
October 21, 2020

An international issue stemming far from home was brought to the Twin Cities’ doorstep. Minnesota has the largest Somali population in the United States as well as many other immigrants from surrounding...

Keeping Track of Our Physical and Mental Health During the Pandemic

October 7, 2020
"For many people, going to the gym is their break from reality."

Trump’s tax returns look bad on paper, but they might not be as bad as they seem

Trump's tax returns look bad on paper, but they might not be as bad as they seem
October 7, 2020

In the months approaching the 2020 Presidential election, we have seen both sides using aggressive tactics to expose and discredit their opposition. In the last couple weeks, President Trump’s tax returns...

2020 First Presidential Debate: A Full Breakdown

2020 First Presidential Debate: A Full Breakdown
October 1, 2020

On Tuesday, Sept. 29 at 8:00 p.m. CST the first, and most consequential, presidential debate aired – with the pandemic, current race tension, and the media surrounding President Donald Trump, the debate...

MN Daily: First Amendment Celebration – Right to Peaceably Assemble

Mike Max speaking on Zoom. Photo by Tiana Meador.
September 28, 2020

On Friday, Sep. 25, The Minnesota Daily hosted an online Zoom celebration with Daily reporters, Megan Germundson and Yoko Vu, as well as speakers Andrea Jenkins, Minneapolis City council - Ward 8; Mike...

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