Battles, deceit, sex, ‘Thrones’

Luis Guzman

April 15, 2015

Filed under Opinion

It’s felt like an eternity since the last time we saw the Game of Thrones television series, but Sunday it returned and it continued with the storylines that have captivated the masses. For those of you... Read more »

New characters for Nintendo

Carlos Marquez

April 15, 2015

Filed under Opinion

With Nintendo opening voting polls for fans to suggest more Downloadable Content characters, the company is doing a move that its fellow competitors are failing at. It seems that Nintendo got on its knees and listened... Read more »

California’s major water fiasco

Carlos Holguin

April 15, 2015

Filed under Opinion

With the drought here in California four years in the making, Governor Jerry Brown has enacted limitations and rules that the citizens of California follow (http://bit.ly/U4HBmI). This is the first time that these rules have... Read more »

A much needed break

Denny Cristales

April 15, 2015

Filed under Opinion

If you could have less school, why would you say no? At least that’s the mindset taken if you’re a scumbag college student like myself. The thought of shortening the school semester to 16 weeks... Read more »

Clinton: A hope for women

Karla Enriquez

April 15, 2015

Filed under Opinion

Hillary Clinton launching a presidential campaign is noteworthy for two reasons: One because she is a woman and two because she is back in the running after her 2008 attempt at candidacy. If Clinton wins, she... Read more »

Student-athletes deserve money

Carlos Holguin, Staff Writer

April 7, 2015

Filed under Opinion

Many colleges pay student-athletes with enticing deals of scholarships that give almost-free education. However, that is not enough. It can be a series of traps that may hinder more than help, as colleges seem... Read more »