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Importance of Women’s History Month

Megan Woodson

March 15, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Women’s History Month is important to me because it reminds us to celebrate how far we have come to have our rights as women: the freedom to vote, the freedom to express ourselves and having the same rights as men do. I&...

Objectified, Sexualized, and Patronized

Charlie Dudek

March 15, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Are you a consumer of make-up and other beauty products? Make up tutorials on YouTube and contouring the face to bring out, or hide, the predominant features on your face, are just two of many popular beauty hacks among women an...

Wakanda Forever! (Or at least until the next mega-blockbuster drops.)

Paul Lewis

March 7, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Some movies set out to share a moral, some to send a message, and some just to entertain us — 'Black Panther' seems determined to do all three. In the latest release from Marvel Studios, king T'Challa, alongside his noble ex...

Stop complaining about the Oscars

Kason Clark

February 27, 2018

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinion

The nominees for the 90th Academy Awards have been announced and the Academy recognized films from several genres. The nominees include psychological thriller 'Get Out,' summer blockbuster 'Dunkirk,' romantic fantasy 'The Shape...

Pride on campus

December 6, 2017

Finding the missing piece: my year working with children with autism

Josh Matsumoto, Reporter

December 5, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Autism, the word itself creates questions in those who read or hear it. Some fear the word and what it could mean, while others see the word as relatable and comforting. For me, when I first started working with kids with autism,...

Chaos Theory: Everything Matters!

Josh Matsumoto, Reporter

December 5, 2017

Filed under Opinion

A single flap of a butterfly’s wings could potentially create a tsunami later in time. It is difficult to think something so minuscule could create such a catastrophe in time, but this idea may affect your life in more ways...

Living With Trumpsters

Michael Taber, Reporter

November 1, 2017

Filed under Opinion

We all have political beliefs that we adhere to. Most of the time, those beliefs are passed down through your family, and even becomes part of your family heritage. However, what happens if your beliefs differ from what your family...

How smart phones changed our lives

Lena Gonzales, Reporter

October 18, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Smart phones have changed our lives dramatically. Whether you feel that it is for better or worse, at the end of the day, life is not the same any more. For my 8-year-old daughter, her life knows no difference, but for my generation...

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