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  • Julia, I really enjoyed reading your article and I think that it brought up some very valuable things to consider when using Lyft or Uber. I like how you mentioned, “For example, the customer does not see what kind of insurance the driver has, so the customer does not know if they will be covered in a car accident. The uncertainty will deter the a…Read More

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    Food Insecurity

    Food insecurity is an increasing problem that occurs “whenever the availability of nutritionally adequate and safe foods, or the ability to acquire acceptable food in a socially acceptable way, is limited or is uncertain” (Bazerghi 732). More people are...

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  • Isabella commented on the post, Education Reform

    Peyton, I liked your article about education reform. I found it very interesting when you said, “ only 37% of the curriculum in school is used in everyday life, and that the rest of the information is forgotten and never used” and “ subjects that power a sense of innovation and lead to new ideas are needed.” I was very surprised to find out tha…Read More

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    Homelessness Amidst COVID-19

    The homeless community is being put at risk of COVID-19 due to lack of space and resources, and is not receiving the attention needed to be safe and protected by local and federal governments. Many homeless people in Phoenix,...

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  • Haley, I really enjoyed reading your article. I like how you said, “When exercising, the brain releases endorphins that are known as “feel good” chemicals improving the moods and decreasing symptoms for those struggling with a mental illness.” I liked this quote from the article because you explain what chemicals the brain releases and how they ef…Read More

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