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Pandemic Pet Boom

While some individuals have chosen to adopt a pet, others have come across their pets by luck like Hannah Kim, 12, whose kittens were abandoned. “I’m glad I found my kittens during a pandemic. Although that sounds odd, I worried that my pets would be lonely at home if I had any before,” Kim stated. “Thanks to COVID-19, I can really watch them grow up.”
January 26, 2021

The Current State of COVID-19 Food Shortages

Articles and multimedia featured in the Get Educated column are meant to inform audiences on stances in trending and mainstream topics. In this content, there may be bias from the creator based on their opinions and perspective.
December 12, 2020

Regardless of what your initial sentiments had been at the start of this pandemic, not one of us could have foreseen the long term conflict that would arise. What had originally begun as several days in...

Substance Abuse shadowing COVID-19

Substance Abuse shadowing COVID-19
November 16, 2020

In these unprecedented times, it is often difficult to healthily nurture one’s mentality and physicality. With COVID-19 strains creeping on us amidst our long days, and election anxieties intensifying;...

Get to know: Art Gonzalez

November 3, 2020

Earning 3,998 votes in 2016, Arturo “Art” Gonzalez, running for District 5, stated at the Downey City Council Candidate Forum on Oct. 1 that he is running a grassroots campaign and connecting with...

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