Isis crisis putting the US in a political pickle PRO


Elias C. Ahumada, Opinon Editor
September 10, 2014

Since the departure of the United States military from the battered country of Iraq, a group was forming in the shadows. The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, or most commonly known as ISIS, was establishing their own militia, and had a bloody agenda. ISIS has been considered a terrorist group by the... Read more »

Love comes in many forms, but the meaning is just a four-letter word

James Macias, Reporter
September 10, 2014

We first experience love when we bond with our mothers during infancy. Yes, I recognize that some people will be able to say that they did not have or did not bond with their mothers. It’s not relevant. This first experience with love is always the same for everyone because we all come into the... Read more »

‘Ice Bucket’ has its challenges

James Macias, Reporter
September 10, 2014

ALS, often referred to as Lou Gehrig’s Disease, is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and the spinal cord. This is a debilitating disorder, which I believe deserves as much attention as possible. That having been said, I feel the current ice bucket challenge... Read more »

Wings are the thing

Bertin Rodriguez, Online Editior
September 11, 2013

Football season started Sept. 5 and what does every party need during your favorite football team’s game? Chicken wings. Do you know where to find the best chicken wings in town? Probably not, but you are not alone and up until now I included myself in this category. I had the pleasure of trying three... Read more »

Jonas Brothers’ comeback is not as great as it seems


April 17, 2013

By Samantha Briggs Reporter After four years of obscurity, the Jonas Brothers are attempting to make a comeback. For those of you who do not remember the Jonas Brothers, they are a pop band that consists of brothers Kevin, Nick, and Joe Jonas. The band gained popularity from the children’s television... Read more »

Postal Service mails a remix of old & new

April 17, 2013

By Robin Shin Online Editor After a decade since the release of “Give Up,” The Postal Service is back with a re-issue.  The album was released in a digital, compact disk and vinyl copy, all three of which come in different prices.  When I first heard that they were going to re-issue the album,... Read more »

Finally an answer for the age-old question

April 17, 2013

In the process of creating our student newspaper, we have grown accustomed to asking questions to stay informed. However, there is one question that gets asked of us that we cannot, for the life of us, find an answer to: What does “Rip” stand for? There has been some conjecture over the years that... Read more »

RapeAxe won’t prevent rape

Alana Garrett, Reporter
April 17, 2013

By Alana Garrett Reporter   Sonnet Ehlers, a South African doctor, is trying to make a change for all women. However, the change Ehlers is trying to make is very questionable. Ehlers has invented an anti-rape device called The Rape-Axe. The device is an anti-rape condom that has sharp barbs lining... Read more »

States should decide for themselves

Robert Mullen, Reporter
April 17, 2013

By Robert Mullen Reporter   With the U.S. Supreme Court still deliberating on the issue of same-sex marriage legality, a very polarizing issue, I thought I’d weigh in on it. Firstly, I am not against gay marriage. I’m also not for it. I’m pretty sure that I’ve never voted for or against... Read more »

Sexist beliefs anchor us to our past preventing progress

Patricia Rocha, Reporter
April 17, 2013

By Patricia Rocha Reporter   I think I’m pretty. If that comes across as vain or superficial, then I think the problem is in the reader and not in my opinion, because all women should think they’re pretty. Every woman should be proud of their looks and bodies and all of the amazing differences... Read more »

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