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Slow and steady loses the weight

Slow and steady loses the weight

Jenny Brito, Reporter

September 26, 2017

Filed under Columns, Opinion

With the different dieting trends out there, it is important that people be informed of their actual effectiveness and potential dangers. People should...

‘Rick and Morty’ season three keeps up the pace

‘Rick and Morty’ season three keeps up the pace

Megan Fenwick, Social media Editor

September 13, 2017

Filed under Commentary, Opinion, Reviews

The comedic adult cartoon “Rick and Morty” is in the middle of airing its third season and it’s better than it’s ever been. The show’s strength...

New York’s best seller is great

Karla Gutierrez, Reporter

September 11, 2017

Filed under Opinion, Reviews

New York’s best-selling author AJ Mendez Brooks revealed her secret weapon to the world on what led to her success in her book, “Crazy Is My Superpower”. Brooks writes this book in her own point of view and we, the reader, read her life story of when she was 7 years old living in poverty to being 30 years old as successful pro wrestler and author. And throughout this...

The best way to deal with a Nazi is to socially exclude them

The best way to deal with a Nazi is to socially exclude them

Ambria King, Photo Editor

September 11, 2017

Filed under Columns, Opinion

On Aug. 12, 2017 a rally titled “Unite the Right” was planned in Charlottesville, Virginia to protest the removal of a statue of Confederate general,...

How to get rid of excess paunch

How to get rid of excess paunch

Jenny Brito, Reporter

September 7, 2017

Filed under Columns, Opinion

Summer is almost gone, but our secret desire to have a beach body remains. Whether you want to lose or gain weight, getting the body you want requires...

Gamers’ giving spirit for charity

Gamers’ giving spirit for charity

Brandon Cowan, Web editor

September 7, 2017

Filed under Columns, Opinion

People that play video games give so much. The amount of charity events that are held throughout the world and are so successful is astonishing even to...

Is animal testing acceptable? (Con)

Is animal testing acceptable? (Con)

May 3, 2016

Over 400 years ago, William Harvey used animals to research how blood circulated in the body. In 1922, animal testing was put on the map when it was found...

Is animal testing acceptable? (Pro)

Is animal testing acceptable? (Pro)

May 3, 2016

I’ve heard horror stories of animals leading tortured lives in tiny cages being poked and injected and slathered in toxic goo in the name of research....

Death penalty is dumb

AK Pachla, Copy Editor

May 3, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Governments around the world since the beginning of civilization have imposed capital punishment, the death penalty, for various reasons. Even today, countries employ the death penalty against citizens for crimes ranging from the moral, such as acts of blasphemy or indecency, to the legal, such as high treason or crimes of war. The most common violation leading to a death...

Letters to the Editor: Campus community speaks on kit foxes

May 3, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Editor:  In The Rip articles by Joe Bergman concerning the controversy surrounding the removal of the endangered and federally protected kit foxes at Memorial Stadium – removal that has warranted an investigation by California Fish and Wildlife -- the alleged purpose for removing the foxes seems to focus on the “beautification” of the stadium. Confucius famo...

New minimum wage increase is really unnecessary

Marcus Castro, Contributing Editor

April 19, 2016

Filed under Opinion

California Gov. Jerry Brown approved minimum wage’s raise to $15 an hour on April 4, and it will become effective in 2020. To be honest, I think that minimum wage shouldn’t be raised to that amount. I feel that if you are a person who doesn’t play an integral role in a workplace such as fast food, you don’t deserve to get paid as high as $15 an hour. Now if...

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