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Frank Underwood 2016

Miguel Navarro

March 3, 2016

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Netflix's acclaimed series House of Cards returns for its fourth season on March 4. For those uninitiated into the political world of House of Cards, the show focuses on the ruthless and pragmatic Frank Underwood, played by Ke...

It’s Always Sunny & The Comedic Appeal of Degenerate Protagonists

Miguel Navarro

March 3, 2016

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Whether it's Glenn, Mac, Charlie, Dee, or Frank that's your favorite character on the show, one thing is for certain: they are all terrible human beings. And yet, they are some of the most popular characters in television history. ...

In Apple We Trust

Josias Casanova

March 3, 2016

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Steve Jobs' biggest dream was to create a company that would last even after his death, something he accomplished. Now, under Steve Cook's direction, Apple continues to be a worldwide player in technology, entertainment and li...

Netflix & Save

Josias Casanova

March 3, 2016

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Entertainment might not be a fundamental human right but, after a long day or week full of classes, homework, tests, and maybe work, we all need something to take our mind away from our problems Television has proved itself to...

Helping Broaden The Political Conversation Through Music

Karla Mendez

March 3, 2016

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Music has always been a great means of communication and self expression. It is a unique medium for messages to be sent and received.Music is known to set a tone. It is more often than not used to liven a setting or uplift ou...

Spring Cleaning

Lauren Dutra

March 2, 2016

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As winter is coming to an end and the weather is getting warmer. It can only mean one thing, SPRING. No, not spring break, Spring-cleaning. For many college students the thought of taking a day or even a weekend to clean see...

The Growth of Uber

Christian Medellin

February 24, 2016

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The growth of Uber has changed the way we look at public transportation. Most people have heard of Uber, which has made calling a taxi a thing of the past. These services are the latest fixation to come from the technology metropolis o...

Barbie’s New Bod

Laura Pannell

February 23, 2016

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We finally broke the mold of Barbie.It was announced on Mattel's shopping site on Jan. 28 that Barbie would be getting three new body types; curvy, tall, and petite. Not only this, but Barbie will also come in seven different...

Five RomCom’s for Any Day

Joel Barba

February 23, 2016

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Romantic comedies are easy to indulge in and are easily relatable. A lot of films from the genre attract a huge audience, but a lot of the films are commercial films that tend to follow a formula and get repetitive. Most Roma...

Limes, Oranges And Elections

Josias Casanova

February 23, 2016

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California, more specifically the San Joaquin valley, is known as one of the main agricultural producers of the country. Wherever you drive in this area it is not hard to miss large plantations and beautiful trees of all sizes an...

Music, does it help?

Alexander Meza

February 22, 2016

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Music, in this day and age, has become an inescapable form of media, it’s almost everywhere you go. Restaurants, in your car, at your workplace, in school, odds are, no matter where you are, music is sure to be somewhere...

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