Check out the news that鈥檚 been developing while you鈥檝e been out there bringing home the bread.

1. American University students are organizing protests in the wake of racist on-campus incidents: Two black students have been harassed with bananas this month at American University, and in the same dorm. In a statement, school officials wrote that one incident 鈥渨as not characterized as bias related,鈥 causing students to protest what they are calling the school鈥檚 inadequate response.

2. Donald Trump Jr. called Syrian refugees Skittles (and dangerous) in a tweet, eliciting major criticism: Donald Trump Jr.鈥檚 Monday night tweet about the 鈥淪yrian refugee problem鈥 led to many Twitter users posting their own takes鈥 namely, that Syrians are worth saving. And the official statement from Wrigley Americas, which makes Skittles: 鈥淪kittles are candy. Refugees are people. We don鈥檛 feel it鈥檚 an appropriate analogy.鈥

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3. This Canadian dog was so beloved, people kept donating to his GoFundMe even after he died last night: The owners of Loki, an adorable corgi, set up a crowdfunding page after he was diagnosed with chronic kidney disease. They鈥檝e amassed more than twice the $15,000 they requested, and the donations have kept rolling in even after Loki鈥檚 passing on Monday night (which the owners made public right away). RIP, Loki.

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4. Instagram artistes rejoice, you can now save your work and come back to it later: Instagram started rolling out a new 鈥渄rafts鈥 feature that allows users to save a post and finish it at another time last month, and now it鈥檚 available for everyone to use. Never again will you need to rush your smoothie bowl post because you鈥檙e about to lose service on the train!

5. A federal judge has ordered the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline to stop temporarily: The movement protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline, with supporter numbers in the thousands and including celebrities like Shailene Woodley, won a victory Monday when a federal appeals court made mandatory a temporary construction pause on 40 miles of the pipeline route. The area affected is on either side of Lake Oahe and along the Missouri River. One of activists鈥 major concerns is the potential that pipeline leaks will contaminate the water.

(Photos via @lokistagram, @shailenewoodley)