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Just because Joe Biden is the new president-elect, does not mean that we should stop fighting for social justice issues.

Biden Got Elected: Now What?

Manveen Kaur Anand, News Editor | December 9, 2020

When the 2020 election was called and everyone saw Biden’s name pass 270 electoral votes, many rejoiced to not have four more years of Trump. However, it’s important to recognize that we still need...

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Mom, Dad, let’s talk about race

Leticia Samame, Reporter | June 16, 2020

As uncomfortable as they can be, conversations about race between you and your loved ones can spark eye-opening realizations on matters that impact your way of living. In light of the Black Lives Movement,...

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Celebrities have right to be in politics

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...

Is satire appropriate in the current political atmosphere of the United States?

Hwan Lee, Staff Reporter | November 15, 2018

Satire is OK when it comes to the definite sharing of frustrating ideas of controversial topics, such as politics or social difficulties. Satire creates an equal balance of controversy and comedy, supporting...

Celebrities are entitled to voice politics opinions

Shiri Marwaha, Staff Reporter | October 20, 2018

Celebrities are just regular citizens and are entitled to voice their political opinions, albeit with responsibility. Political speeches by celebrities and involving themselves in social causes has...

A Victim’s Perspective on Sexual Assault

A Victim’s Perspective on Sexual Assault

Mayer Adelberg, Staff Reporter | October 6, 2018

When I was fifteen, I was sexually assaulted. I do not blame myself. I do not blame the youth group organization in which it took place. I blame the assaulter. He was someone in a position of power and...

Elephant in the room

Carla Arango, Staff Writer | November 12, 2013

The reckless behavior of Tea Party extremists will surely weaken the Republican Party’s power in the long run. Despite the fact that Tea Partiers represent only a small fraction of Republicans,...

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