Students should judge professors on their own

Monyca Cedillo
April 21, 2016
Filed under Opinion

Students should not listen to what other students say about professors because not all students have the same perspectives.Students should have to make their own judgement on other teachers because other students can say that one teacher is bad just because the teacher didn't let them do whatever th... Read more »

Access to birth control is too easy

Monyca Cedillo
April 20, 2016
Filed under Opinion

Women of all ages should not have access to birth control pills without a prescription.With no demand of a prescription for contraceptives, it will allow teenagers to have a quick and easy access to this method.This can cause teenagers to become sexually active at an earlier age, because they will feel c... Read more »

Sweeping the leaves

Sweeping the leaves

April 19, 2016
Filed under Editorial, Editorial Cartoons, Opinion

Disclaimer: This editorial does not condone or encourage the illicit use of drugs or illegal activity. Furthermore, we remind our readers that marijuana is an offense under Federal Law.Yes, it’s time talk about everyone’s favorite schedule one drug, marijuana.The issue at hand? People smoking... Read more »

Easy access to birth control is a step in the right direction

Karla Enriquez
April 19, 2016
Filed under Opinion

As of April, women in California now have access to birth control without a prescription and that is not only empowering but a step in the right direction.Women no longer have to make appointments or wait in the often too cold lobbies in hopes of meeting with a doctor to get a piece of paper that will in ... Read more »

Can students make America better again?

Tisha Lenon
April 19, 2016
Filed under Opinion

When it comes to the 2016 presidential election, the possible candidates do not seem to amuse college students. Between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump in the lead, this election seems like it is going to be who will be the worst president. As for Bernie Sanders, he may be the only hope for this cou... Read more »

Nude posts empowering, yet questionable

Benjamin Garcia, Staff Writer
April 13, 2016
Filed under Opinion

What would the American public do without the stellar social commentary of the informed Zayn Malik? One's guess might be that it would carry on and achieve relentless progress in the realm of the feminist movement. The normal folk on social media must protect the concept of the nude selfies as an... Read more »

Removal of bathroom privacy

Claudia Cazares
April 13, 2016
Filed under Opinion

New York College, Cooper Union has been the first to remove gender designations from restrooms in the United States after a long activist battle to help transgender students feel safe and welcomed in the institution.The new restroom measure was officially announced campus-wide on Friday, March 18 via an... Read more »

Our votes shouldn’t be rushed for your time-sake

Our votes shouldn’t be rushed for your time-sake

April 12, 2016
Filed under Editorial, Editorial Cartoons, Opinion

When it comes to choosing our leaders, voting plays a very important role in the process. Let’s face it, if most people aren’t willing to take the United States presidential elections seriously, why on earth should any student on campus care about the ASCC elections? The lack of student ... Read more »