Isaiah Poritz
Isaiah Poritz

Isaiah Poritz

Poritz was a summer 2019 editorial intern at City Weekly. He currently serves as news editor of The Emory Wheel.

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Year: 20202 201914

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  • Give Them Shelter
  • Give Them Shelter

    The revolution clamoring for homeless resources, in this case, will be livestreamed.
      It came in the form of a news release. A group composed by a swath of local community organizers calling itself the Take Shelter Coalition, was taking over a section of downtown's Washington Square Park with a makeshift encampment "in solidarity with our unsheltered neighbors."
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  • A New Path
  • A New Path

    Mayor Erin Mendenhall calls for unity during swearing-in ceremony.
  • Bridging the Rainbow Divide
  • Bridging the Rainbow Divide

    A little-known law places a chilling effect on students and teachers attempting to form extracurricular Gay-Straight Alliances.
      "Research and data are conclusively supporting the importance of having a Gender and Sexuality Alliance or Gay-Straight Alliance (GSAs) in school spaces,"
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  • SLC Mayoral Election Update
  • SLC Mayoral Election Update

    Preliminary results favor Mendenhall
      Erin Mendenhall is taking the lead in the Salt Lake City mayor’s race.
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  • The Voter’s Voice
  • The Voter’s Voice

    Chaos ensues at Rep. Chris Stewart’s North Salt Lake town hall.
      In the town hall’s last question, a constituent asked if the findings of the Mueller report justify an impeachment inquiry.
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  • Loud & Uncut
  • Loud & Uncut

    ‘Blood Stained Men’ protest infant male circumcision.
      David Atkinson, a member of Blood Stained Men who was raised Mormon in Utah, said the teachings of the LDS church argue against body modification
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  • All Pride, Zero Emissions
  • All Pride, Zero Emissions

    Utah Pride Parade inches toward lofty zero-emissions goal.
      The initiative to reduce emissions was spurred by concerns over air-quality in the Salt Lake Valley, the city government’s green initiatives and center’s broader goal to increase sustainability throughout Pride weekend.
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  • Approved to Grow
  • Approved to Grow

    State awards eight out of 10 licenses for medical cannabis program, leaving one applicant complaining.
      The highly competitive licensing process saw applications from 81 businesses which the officials “spent hundreds of hours” reviewing, department commissioner Kerry Gibson said.
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  • Port This!
  • Port This!

    A prediction is fulfilled as multi-group protest storms the Utah Chamber of Commerce building.
      Civil Riot, one of the groups behind the protest, released a statement condemning the use of force by the police and claimed that they had punched “some people in the face.”
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  • Wrap It Up!
  • Wrap It Up!

    Stan Penfold-branded condoms make for unique campaign merchandise.
      “Every once and a while, people will think they’re candy or mints or something like that,” Penfold says with a chuckle.
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