A Different Perspective

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By Dagmar Kuta.
By Dagmar Kuta.

The world has been watching the U.S. leading up to the presidential election and the outcome will have impacts beyond just our borders. UC Santa Cruz students from Asia, Europe and the Americas gave their international perspective on how they and others in their home countries view the U.S. presidential election.

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Shinae Lee is Arts and Culture Editor for City on a Hill Press. She has reported for every desk at City on a Hill in her two years on the paper, but has focused most of her time until now as a campus reporter and editor. She describes her favorite reporting subject as, “in-depth stories about things that really matter to people.” Though she focuses much of her time on the newspaper, she is also a Feminist Studies major, vice president of the Korean American Student Association, print coordinator for Student Media and occasional babysitter. In her scarce and precious free time she can be found organizing her life artistically in her bullet journal, watching The Great British Baking Show or traveling on a budget.