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Column: Prop 61 has some problems

Column: Prop 61 has some problems

Dylan Bryant, Reporter

October 18, 2016

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It’s not often that you’ll find me disagreeing with Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders. I think his 2016 run at the presidency will have an undying impact...

Column: Working through setbacks

Column: Working through setbacks

Veronica Morley, Reporter

October 5, 2016

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We’re officially several weeks into school and I’m sure that many of you are experiencing the same thing: that sense of settling into a routine. I...

Column: Ditching gender roles

Column: Ditching gender roles

J.R. Hensley, Reporter

October 5, 2016

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My husband is amazing. Truly. He is the voice of calm reason against my neurotic, crazy mentality that seems to tear through things like a tornado. ...

Column: Trump stumbles in debate while Clinton keeps her cool on stage

Column: Trump stumbles in debate while Clinton keeps her cool on stage

Dylan Bryant, Reporter

October 5, 2016

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I spent all four years of my high school career immersed in the world of forensics, also known as speech and debate. Every day I would write or re...

Column: Honoring number 16 forever

Column: Honoring number 16 forever

Sam L. Jaime, Reporter

October 5, 2016

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There are roughly eight billion of us inhabiting this rock, hurling through infinite space. Every day, we grow, laugh, love, and develop throughout...

Column: The perils of family planning

Column: The perils of family planning

J.R. Hensley, Reporter

September 20, 2016

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Apparently my previous attempt to write an article about having kids was too dry and matter-of-fact, or so my husband tells me. What came about was...

Column: It shouldn’t be there but we might as well vote yes on it

Column: It shouldn’t be there but we might as well vote yes on it

Tyler McGinty, News Editor

September 20, 2016

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Proposition 59 is a toothless, wasteful and terribly misleading proposition that I cannot wait to vote yes on. What Proposition 59 essentially says is ...

Column: Officials should be consistent

Column: Officials should be consistent

Sam L. Jaime, Reporter

September 20, 2016

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I should have come to this conclusion back in 2008 when Paul Pierce flopped to the floor and was literally carried off by teammates in an amount of pain...

Column: Lucky to come out twice

Column: Lucky to come out twice

J.R. Hensley, Reporter

September 7, 2016

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Coming out is one of the biggest moments in any gay man’s life and I was lucky enough to do it twice. My initial attempt was met with such shock,...

Column: Start the first week off right

Column: Start the first week off right

Veronica Morley, Reporter

September 7, 2016

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Being a college student nowadays feels nearly impossible. Most college students are full-time students who are working at least one job and have other...

Column: No debate for third-parties without significant reforms

Column: No debate for third-parties without significant reforms

Tyler McGinty, News Editor

September 7, 2016

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I’m going to say something that I’m sure is going to make a lot of people upset, including me: third-party candidates do not belong in the presidential...

The new age of media and self worth

Brooke Howard, Features Editor

May 13, 2015

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In this relatively new age of Internet and social media, we tend to value ourselves by what persona we show online. Our self-worth is measured in likes and followers and we forget what is real. Some real problems are coming out of this media age. Such as, a lack of social skills, lack of empathy for others self-esteem, and all around a bad self-image. The other day a...

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