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Casey Mendoza

Galesburg Reporter

Casey Mendoza graduated last year from Knox College, where she studied political science, journalism, and Chinese language. As a student, Mendoza worked as a photographer and editor of her student newspaper, winning First Place in Multimedia Journalism from the Illinois Collegiate Press Association during her senior year.Currently, Mendoza is also working as a photographer for the Galesburg Register-Mail. She enjoys reading up on politics, watching films, binge-watching television, and tweeting about all of the above.

Casey Mendoza

As someone who suffers from seasonal affective disorder (SAD), Katie Hutton spends most winters hibernating.  Showing symptoms of fatigue and hypersomnia, she prefers the warmth of her bed to the harsh weather conditions of Midwestern winters.

TSPR Emily Boyer

A federal appeals court has blocked President Trump's executive order banning immigrants from seven Muslim majority countries from entering the U.S. The administration is expected to issue a revised travel ban soon.  In the meantime, many colleges and universities are standing by international students.