Drivers letting their emotions get the best of them while they're behind the wheel of a 3000 pound car is extremely dangerous, and road rage is becoming more common despite the fact it is extremely avoidable if time management and self control are both utilized.
It is said in journalism and other forms of news that sex sells, and more often then not, it is true. A story about a scandalous affair more likely to get attention than your average news report. Cases about rape are, of course, no exception.
When terror strikes America everyone is put on edge, and often quick to judge the ones who inflicted terror saying they are automatically a different ethnicity and probably even from a different country and not a citizen of the United States.
Anonymity comes with responsibility.
America has become paranoid to the point that it is normal to be scared
Freedom has many meanings, but we should all know how to use it wisely and righteously.
There are not many careers where someone can be an alleged murderer, thief, or even assemble and take part in a dog fighting ring and have society still puts you on a pedestal, but athletes definitely have that going for them.
Christopher Dorner's self-appointed crusade of "justice" may be encouraging others to take matters into their own hands.
Sometimes the stress of life can be so unbearable that some students may consider not bothering to attempt obtaining a Bachelors Degree.
As students it is important to remember to be responsible if given this use of technology.
Governor Jerry Brown's proposals may help community colleges, but some proposals may need to not be enforced.
Gov. Jerry Brown is working on policies for community colleges that will change the price of units, how students are able to get credits and when the schools get paid for the students.
With violence increasing in the media, parents need to take measures to ensure their children are not filling their brains with violence that may influence harmful behaviors in the future.
It's that time of the semester to not slack off and finish strong.
Why students shouldn't buy into the hype of Friday.