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A divided country ignores climate change

A divided country ignores climate change

October 17, 2016

In the 2016 election the GOP saw over a dozen candidates show interest in the presidency; however, only two of them — Bobby Jindal and John Kasich — believed in man-made climate change and thought it n...

#repealTrumpscandidacy

#repealTrumpscandidacy

Jorge Paniagua, Opinions Editor

October 12, 2016

Filed under Columns, Opinions

When I realized that the hashtag #repealthe19th was trending on Twitter earlier today, I exhaled a concerned sigh and wishfully thought, “Hey, maybe this has nothing to do with Trump.” This desir...

Guatemala is not becoming “Guate-Buena”

Guatemala is not becoming “Guate-Buena”

October 11, 2016

TO THE EDITOR: Re: “From Guate-mala to Guate-Buena” (Opinions, Sept. 21): Michaela Kwoka-Coleman argues that U.S. intervention in Guatemala is necessary. She also claims that the flow of Mexico’s org...

Living in a pinkwashed world

Living in a pinkwashed world

Elizabeth Ortiz, Staff Writer

October 10, 2016

Filed under Columns, Opinions

I did it — I survived for 12 years after having breast cancer. I am still alive and have all of October to remind me of my perseverance. For those unaware, October is Breast Cancer Awareness month....

Why voting for your future is imperative

Why voting for your future is imperative

Jordan Daniels, Contributing Writer

October 9, 2016

Filed under Columns, Opinions

You need to vote. Voting is about so much more than exercising your right – it’s about exercising your voice. As a self-identified millennial, I am concerned when I hear so many of my peers ...

The booming era of casual sex

The booming era of casual sex

October 6, 2016

I grew up in a conservative, Christian household. I was constantly scrutinized for my preferences because I didn’t want to meet a man in the church like everyone else in the community did. My family b...

The real zodiac killer

The real zodiac killer

October 5, 2016

It was a staggering day when charismatic Leos became spontaneous Cancers, harmonious Libras became modest Virgos and the adventurous Sagittarians became whatever an Ophiuchus is. NASA announced a sh...

The Skater in the rye

The Skater in the rye

Caitlyn Mendoza, Staff Writer

October 5, 2016

Filed under Columns, Opinions

Living one’s life in hiding is something nobody should go through,but unfortunately many people — more specifically, LGBT community members – do for the vast majority of their lives. Why? Many o...