Dislocation Disorientation

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The Ink’s digital content editor has moved five times in the two years she’s lived in the Tahoe/Truckee area. She counts herself among the lucky in this housing crisis that just won’t let up.

Staying Conscious in the State of Oblivion

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Put down your phone and soak in all that nature has to offer — just keep the phone handy in case disaster strikes and you need to know what to do.

In the Beginning …

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Natural disasters are life-altering and land-altering — and in the case of the Tahoe Basin, the reason behind its existence. Reporter Alex Hoeft shares the bright side of such geographic events.

Hello from the Other Side

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While complaints about tourists are par for the course in an area that’s built on tourism, it’s scary to imagine what Tahoe/Truckee would be like should the flow of visitors run dry.

Year of the Zoom

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Video conferencing provided accessibility beyond our wildest dreams in 2020.

Free Speech ≠ Uninhibited Reach

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A slip of the tongue and a de-platformed president inspired a spiral of thoughts in the Ink’s digital content editor about the role and control of social media in society.

Counting Our 2020 Blessings

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2020 was a heck of a year … it wasn’t all bad. Counting blessings from the year that kept giving.

Election Reflection on Hope in a Hazy Future

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Reflection on hope in a year of turmoil. An election with a turnout like never before illustrates how engagement, and acknowledgement of power are on the rise.

How I Combine Church and State

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Religious stereotypes often point to political conservatism, but I (a born-and-raised Christian) fundamentally disagree.

Hello, Neighbor!

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It’s time to clear the air and stop perpetuating the “us” versus “them” mentality, but keep in mind that respect is a two-way street.