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Democrats and Republicans see Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s nomination to the Supreme Court very differently. For Democrats, Barrett is a threat to the Affordable Care Act, and legislation on issues like climate change, voting rights and marriage equality. For Republicans, Barrett is a qualified nominee with no political agenda. Here’s what you should know about the partisan controversy over Barrett’s confirmation.

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As the country quickly approaches the Nov. 3 elections, the Honolulu Elections Division has added a convenient ballot drop box for UH Mānoa students. The drop box is located on Dole Street in the parking lot of Kānewai Community Park.

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After countless hours spent learning choreography on zoom, finding a space to dance that has an internet connection, and figuring out how to edit footage, the time has finally arrived for these hard-working dance students to showcase their work. 

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On May 29, Oʻahu had a total of 3 new cases; fast forward to Aug. 13 when Hawaiʻi saw 355 new cases, 343 of which were on Oʻahu. It was expected for cases to rise as businesses slowly started to open up again when restrictions eased in late May to early June, but Governor Ige never saw this coming.

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When the Hawai‘i State Art Museum (HiSAM) was forced to close its doors to the public back in March due to the coronavirus pandemic, staff from the Hawai‘i State Foundation for Culture and the Arts got right to work finding creative ways to continue sharing art with the public. 

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After a month-long stay-at-home order, residents of Oʻahu are allowed to once again partake in small group gatherings and activities on Thursday, per the “recovery framework” announced today by Mayor Kirk Caldwell.