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Secret Service controversy: Trump actually gives back


Travis Wynn, Staff Reporter

February 21, 2020

When it comes to the current administration, controversy seems to always find its way in. One of the current issues with President Donald Trump is the amount of money spent by the Secret Service to protect the president. More specifically when the president stays at one of his properties, the Secret...

Phone brand > price

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Maël Lorach, Staff Reporter

February 21, 2020

Back in 2010, if you had told the average person that a new high-end smartphone would run them $800 to $1,000, they would likely have burst into laughter. Fast forward to 2020, and most of us don’t even blink at such a price tag. There are more than 50 smartphone companies in the world, but in the...

Take that one last class online

Saman Mashayekhi, Opinions Editor

February 20, 2020

Program allows students to fulfill degree from another college In Fall 2019, California Community Colleges finally came up with a solution for students who are in need of one class to graduate and that class is not being offered at their home college. This was a long awaited resolution that many stu...

Byte – retro touch to Vine

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Anthony Lucido, Staff Reporter

February 11, 2020

Vine was one of the most popular social media platforms of the decade, it being a platform where people could make and share small six second clips. Despite the popularity, the platform would meet its fate in 2017 when it was shut down. Since then, many other similar apps such as Periscope, Dubsmash,...

Is it helpful that Instagram flagging photoshopped pictures?

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Travis Wynn, Staff Reporter

February 4, 2020

First Amendment Applies To All. The First Amendment protects free speech. Free speech applies to all people. Free speech also applies to expression. People express themselves in many different ways, and Instagram gives people the platform to do so. Instagram recently removed likes from its app....

Give us free parking!

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Lianna Martinez, Staff Reporter

February 4, 2020

The idea of free parking is almost too controversial to discuss. On one hand, I want to defend the students who deserve fully free education. On the other hand, I want to defend our school that has so little money already even though $3 a day is necessary. In the student perspective, it’s easy to...

Kobe Bryant: A legend gone too soon

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Oscar Frias-Rivera, Staff Reporter

January 31, 2020

Kobe Bryant was a huge influence to many people around the world, and his sudden death really broke the world. It felt like time stopped for the day and everyone in the world couldn't continue on with there day. The only other person I know whose death had the same effect was Michael Jackson. I was...

Celebrities have right to be in politics

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Travis Wynn, Staff Reporter

January 29, 2020

I believe any American citizen can run for the presidential office. Celebrities are no exclusion. A person’s occupation or career path should not excuse them from running for president of the United States. Having a celebrity run for president nowadays brings up mixed feelings for society. People of...

Revenue games unethical, unjust

Saman Mashayekhi, Opinions Editor

January 29, 2020

To keep your dignity or to get a huge chunk of money, that is the question. Revenue games or as others call it “mismatch” or “paycheck” games are set up between a powerhouse college team and a lower level team. They are far from dignified and painful to watch. Is it fair you ask? Well, the answ...