Letter from the Editor: March 2018

It’s March, and plenty of things seem to be marching forward. Students plan nationwide marches in the wake of yet another deadly school shooting. The Trump Administration and North Korea march towards the first talks between leaders of the two countries… ever. Cape Town, South Africa marches ever closer to their Day Zero–when they’ll run out of water. Construction on 700 N marches on for the 18th? straight month.

In this issue, we’ll take a look at a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to) the Second Amendment, religious liberty, Utah’s voting system, and Provo’s new mayor, Michelle Kaufusi.

We’d love to hear what you think about the articles, the publication, and what we should be writing about next. Feel free to email us at byupoliticalreview@gmail.com, follow us on Twitter @byupolitics, like us on Facebook @BYUPR, and view our articles on the web at politicalreview.byu.edu.

Sage Smiley

Editor-in-chief

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Sage Smiley

Writer at BYU Political Review
Sage Smiley is an earthy gal from Portland, Oregon. Sage is a double major in journalism and Arabic and minoring in chemistry. She feels passionately about refugees, feminism, and the fact that orcas are still kept in tiny tanks. Sage enjoys long walks through Savers, tea, odd socks, sushi, and witty banter.

Sage Smiley

Sage Smiley is an earthy gal from Portland, Oregon. Sage is a double major in journalism and Arabic and minoring in chemistry. She feels passionately about refugees, feminism, and the fact that orcas are still kept in tiny tanks. Sage enjoys long walks through Savers, tea, odd socks, sushi, and witty banter.

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