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Planned Parenthood Services who do they affect

Natasha Molina
January 21, 2017
Filed under Opinion, Opinions

Defunding, the dreaded word that has been threatening the continuation of Planned Parenthood, which has been providing Americans with reproductive health services for 100 years.This is not a new battle that this health care provider has had to face. Republicans have tried to defund P.P. eight times. Talk about ... Read more »

Sweatshops and cheap shops

Marck Parra
January 20, 2017
Filed under Opinion, Opinions

Let’s face it, we’re all guilty of mistakes, some, through no fault of our own. We procrastinate on homework, we arrive to class late, and we forget important dates. These types of mistakes we usually have control over.But did you know, if you shop at retail giant Forever 21 you are indi... Read more »

Watchdogs in a cat and mouse game

Benjamin Garcia and Jenny Gonzalez
January 18, 2017
Filed under Editorial, Editorials, Opinion, Opinions, Politics

Friday, Jan. 20 will be the day that Donald J. Trump is inaugurated and assumes office. All Talon Marks has to say to the Democratic party is "WHAT THE HELL?"Here's the problem that contains all other smaller problems: The Democratic party stopped being a party for the workers and the middle class in ... Read more »

The Envelope: Addictions, get ’em while you’re hot

Benjamin Garcia
January 16, 2017
Filed under Columns, Opinion, Opinions, The Envelope

Do you know that Nietzsche drank almost only water because he believed that alcohol gives people an unearned sense of achievement and it's an unhealthy way to cope with reality? I agree, just look at Kanye for evidence. Using substances to block out the hardships of life will stop a person from being... Read more »

Thanks Obama

Briana Velarde
January 15, 2017
Filed under Opinion, Opinions, Politics

Embed from Getty Images   This week Barack Obama gave his final speech, an emotional farewell. All he had to say was “My fellow Americans” and all viewers should have had tears in their eyes, because he spoke from the heart. He gave us eight historic years and through those y... Read more »

Quarterbacks are a true value to NFL

Quarterbacks are a true value to NFL

Max Perez
January 13, 2017
Filed under Football, Opinion, Sports

The modern day NFL quarterback has become a scapegoat for fans to concentrate all of their frustration toward the lack of performance from the whole team into one man. The criticism dealt to these players has become so consistent and predictable that it is laughable. Most hecklers are belligerent... Read more »

Trump’s golden showers and other tremendous controversies

Perla Lara
January 13, 2017
Filed under Opinion, Opinions, Politics

With only one week before inauguration, President-elect Donald Trump is involved in another controversy.Amongst other scandals, Trump’s name is now alongside the term “golden showers” and blackmail.In a CNN article stating that “classified documents presented last week to Preside... Read more »

Anti-intellectuals rise against free expression

David Jenkins
January 12, 2017
Filed under Opinion, Opinions

From both the right and the left of the political spectrum, you have dictating ideologues who think they can tell others what they can and can not read simply due to political opposition. Many of them think that censoring reading material rather than discussing its content is what's best for you and t... Read more »

The Envelope: Self-care and socialism

January 11, 2017
Filed under Columns, Love & Sex, Opinion, Opinions, The Envelope

Comrades, 2016 was hard for all of us. Arguably the year from hell. The world should have ended in 2012. I would go as far as saying that it was homophobic for inconveniencing me personally and killing so many gay icons- such as David Bowie, Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds. I know that students... Read more »

The Envelope, Love & Sex: New Year, new boo

Benjamin Garcia
January 4, 2017
Filed under Columns, Love & Sex, Opinion, Opinions, The Envelope

I was astral projecting into my ex-boyfriend's dreams to inflict chaos and terror in a place where I can't be punished. All of a sudden the wisdom of a thousand years flooded into my brain like a tidal wave into an extra small bikini cup, ripping it right off instantly; all because I got a new perspective. No... Read more »

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