Emily Alexander

Emily Alexander

Bio: Emily Alexander is a third year at the University of Virginia studying Foreign Affairs and Philosophy. Originally from Richmond, Virginia, Emily focused her studies on Leadership, Government, and Global Economics. She has a passion for marketing, graphic design, law, and community service. When she isn’t completing schoolwork during her college career, Emily volunteers at homeless shelters and with underprivileged kids in the Charlottesville community.

Trump Administration Refuses Aid For California Wildfires

Last month, Governor Gavin Newsom of California requested emergency funds in response to the damage caused by the wildfires occurring across the state. The White House was asked to declare “a major disaster” in the seven counties experiencing devastating fires during the month of September.

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Halloween Horror Comedy: Hubie Halloween

On Halloween night in Salem, Massachusetts, Hubie Dubois, self-appointed Halloween monitor, makes it his duty to ensure that the town of Salem has a safe and happy Halloween.

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YouTube Updates Hate and Harassment Policies to Combat Conspiracy Theories

Recently, social media censorship on private platforms has been at the forefront of discussion. With predominant platforms Facebook and Twitter working to fact check and remove content containing fake news, other companies are sure to follow suit. This includes, most recently, YouTube.

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Kamala Harris Suspends In Person Campaigning

A flight crew member and communications director, both affiliated with the Biden campaign, have tested positive for the coronavirus. Following this news, Senator Kamala Harris’ campaign travel has been halted.

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Stevie Wonder Releases Two New Songs

Stevie Wonder just released two new songs after four years without releasing any new music. What’s more is these two new songs contain some very thought-provoking material.

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Best Amazon Skin Care Finds

This year seems to be the year of acne. Since lockdowns, quarantine, and COVID-19 regulations have started, people seem to be complaining more about the negative state of their skin. Wearing masks can trap dirt, makeup, and unwanted bacteria, which can cause increased breakouts.

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Romney Releases Statement Troubled by the State of American Politics

Republican Senator Mitt Romney of Utah issued a harsh statement about the current state of US politics on Tuesday, calling it, “vile, vituperative [and] hate-filled.” Additionally, his comments specifically criticized President Trump, Nancy Pelosi, and Keith Olbermann.

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Closing Schools and Mental Health

The school system provides a sense of structure for children and young adults, but this has been disrupted since schools were shut down in April 2019.

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Faux Fur for Fall 2020

A good fall aesthetic incorporates cozy elements. As the warm weather begins to cool at the end of summer, fun fall activities such as apple picking, pumpkin carving, and scary-movie-watching are at the forefront of everyone’s minds.

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An Inspiring Message from Chef Ricardo Cardona

Chef Ricardo Cardona first got his start as a dishwasher in 1982 after coming to the United States during the war in El Salvador. He was only 15, and within two weeks he was working with the cooks. At 19, he became a father, something which changed his mindset completely.

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Eddie Van Halen’s Passing at 65

Guitarist and co-founder of band Van Halen passed away on October 6, 2020. He died at Saint John’s Health Center in Santa Monica, California Tuesday morning at the age of 65. His death followed his long battle with cancer. Eddie Van Halen initially confirmed his diagnosis in April of 2001.

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President Trump Will Not Participate in Virtual Debate

After the Commission on Presidential Debates announced that the next debate between President Donald Trump and Democratic Nominee Joe Biden would be virtual, President Trump stated that he would not participate.

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