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The Envelope, a podcast: Bumfiddling with books

The Envelope, a podcast: Bumfiddling with books

Benjamin Garcia, Monique Nethington, and Jenny Gonzalez
September 26, 2016
Filed under Columns, Multimedia, Opinion

(LISTEN HERE)Monique Nethington: We're here on The Envelope with (multimedia editor and columnist) Benji Garcia and Jenny Gonzalez (opinion editor) and my name is Monique Nethington (sports editor); and I'm the girl that you see in all the pictures for The Envelope, wearing the same green jacket all the time-Benjamin Garcia: Sung... Read more »

The Envelope: The art of breaking up

The Envelope: The art of breaking up

Benjamin Garcia
September 20, 2016
Filed under Columns, Love & Sex, Opinion

So you had your moment of clarity, realized your self worth, and rid of that pesky and unworthy person (probably a male) from your life. No doubt the decision was deliberated to terminate the relationship to the sound of some soulful sounds.Perhaps it was Beyonce who convinced you. It is important t... Read more »

The Chatterbox Corner: Starting rookie quarterbacks right away can be detrimental

Terrel Emerson
September 20, 2016
Filed under Chatterbox Corner, Columns, Sports

The jump from being the big man on campus to rookie quarterback in the National Football League is one of the largest adjustments to make. The journey does not end after the draft. In fact, it’s only the beginning for the young athlete. The quarterback position is one of the hardest positions ... Read more »

The Chatterbox Corner: With grace and poise, Sager continues to battle Leukemia

Terrel Emerson
September 13, 2016
Filed under Chatterbox Corner, Columns, Online Exclusive, Sports

Dear Craig Sager, Vibrant, witty and cunning are just of the characteristics that describe you. You are as bold as they come from your hard-hitting journalistic outlook on sports to your wild and wacky suit colors and designs. It was so hard for me to hear that you were diagnosed with Leukemia... Read more »

Give me tacos or give me death

Give me tacos or give me death

Benjamin Garcia
September 12, 2016
Filed under Columns, Opinion, The Envelope

"If you don’t do something about it, you’re going to have taco trucks on every corner," spokesman for Latinos for Trump and Star Trek enthusiast, Marco Guiterrez said on MSNBC’s All In With Chris Hayes.When estimates of 2.3 to 3.5 million people experiencing homelessness are made by the National Coalition for the... Read more »

The Envelope: Cerritos bumfiddles students

Benjamin Garcia, Co-Multimedia Editor
August 30, 2016
Filed under Columns, Opinion, The Envelope

Books are exorbitant, usually costing upwards of $300 for full-time students; many times the textbooks are not used. Often instructors merely use the book to give busy work or as an educational crutch so that they don’t have to teach. These professors should be replaced with ones who respect the... Read more »

The Chatterbox Corner: Legends live forever

Terrel Emerson, Online Editor
August 29, 2016
Filed under Chatterbox Corner, Columns, Featured Sports Story Carousel, Sports

In 2015-2016 a lot of things have come or are coming to an end; some good and some bad. Some good such as the 52-year championship drought for the city of Cleveland. However, there is always another side of the spectrum and this sports season is no different. During these 365 days, the sports... Read more »

The Envelope – Self-awareness Manifesto

The Envelope – Self-awareness Manifesto

Benjamin Garcia
August 20, 2016
Filed under Columns, Opinion

The world would be a better place if people introverted more. Politicians would think before they make a decision, so as to bring the most good to society, instead of forming a rash opinion without having all the facts, and defend it in its infancy as a matter of pride. Parents would realize how thei... Read more »

The Envelope – Don’t forget to neuter your cat caller.

Benjamin Garcia
August 12, 2016
Filed under Columns, Opinion

Members of the feminist movement ought to demobilize individuals who invade people's personal space by any means necessary; shout at the perpetrators to scare them, call the police, burn a bra (or don't because they're expensive); band together in solidarity to snuff out catcalling before it starts an... Read more »

The fast food mentality

Connie Garcia and Connie Garcia
March 29, 2013
Filed under Columns, Opinion

Television ads for fast food may be consuming more than children's time and attention. Fast food advertising has strongly influenced children to hunger for fast food of all kinds. McDonald's, Burger King, and Wendy's are just some of the few fast food chains that use commercials to target their audienc... Read more »

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