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University of California lawsuit to bring the end of political inactivity

Carmelita Islas Mendez

September 19, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Many may have heard or read about the endless studies reporting on political activity among age groups. If not, there is not-so-surprising information demonstrating the dwindling numbers our generation manages to produce for political activity, or in this case, inactivity. That is to say that our age...

Sex me up, anyone?

Jose Flores

September 19, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Now that I have your attention, let's begin.Harvey brutally impaled Houston leaving a wet mess across the city and neighbors late August.Irma raped multiple islands on its way to Florida last week.An 8.1 earthquake bed-rocked Mexico leaving more than 90 confirmed deaths on Sept. 9.Volcano Fernandina in...

Mexico rescinds help while Trump remains silent

Alison Hernandez

September 17, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

On Monday, Sept. 11, the Mexican Government had no choice but to rescind the help it offered Texas -- and Trump still can't be bothered to even tweet about it.President Donald Trump continues to tear apart the once close relationship between the United States and Mexico.While Trump continues to stu...

Sorry Apple, you’re not taking my money

Carlos Martinez

September 17, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Opinions

It's always on the news when Apple unveils a new product to the public. Everyone claims that it's the next best thing; people try to wait in line or pre-order the newest phones or tablets, even though they had just upgraded to the previous model; and scalpers sell the products twice for what it is...

Cerritos College Bookstore risks failing due to inflation

Nicholas Johnson

September 17, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Opinions

The college should lower prices if they want to keep customers and business.Everyone always wonders why Cerritos College textbooks cost so much and why they can’t make it more affordable.Because Cerritos College book prices are increasing, students are now trying to go somewhere else to get the litera...

Hypocritical pacifist-apologetics for totalitarianism on the left lead to a loss of lives

David Jenkins

September 9, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Opinions

The left has become increasingly annoying with its anti-war rhetoric, that it has for a long time now morphed into masochism and self-hatred. Whenever the United States (and the West in general) speaks boldly against dictatorships around the world, the cries of supposed humanitarians begin to shout ...

The Envelope — Love & Sex: Communist fornication manifesto

Benjamin Garcia

September 9, 2017


Filed under Columns, Opinion, The Envelope

For some time now, the communist publication, Workers Vanguard has been on campus spreading pamphlets and taking subscriptions. The front page for No. 1116 distributed on Aug. 25, 2017 featured some pictures from the Charlottesville march and counter protest while they reported stories such as the...

Ideologies should never take precedence in times of crisis

Ideologies should never take precedence in times of crisis

Bianca Martinez

September 7, 2017


Filed under Editorials, Opinion, Showcase

Hurricane Harvey has already displaced 30,000 Texan residents and has killed over 40 in the course of a week. Conditions have deteriorated so far in such a short amount of time. But wait, where is the call for a state of emergency, all hands on deck? Where is Trump? Where is he when his nation...

The Envelope: 3 ways to beat the bum-fiddling this new school year

Benjamin Garcia

September 2, 2017


Filed under Opinion, The Envelope

We've come to the point where the sinking feeling in our guts that tells us summer is almost gone increases in weight. On Mondays, there is an Autumn crisp -- though by Friday it's 95 degrees Fahrenheit and we are all walking around essentially naked to escape heat exhaustion. Many of us are coming...

Harvey victims aren’t getting all the help Trump can get

Alison Hernandez

September 2, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Trump’s administration can’t decide whether or not they should accept Mexico’s offer to provide help for the victims of hurricane Harvey.On Monday, Aug. 28, Huffington Post released an article stating that Trump’s administration had not decided if they will accept Mexico’s offer to give aid to the victims of hurricane Harvey.Instead, the White House and State Department gave Mexi...

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