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Women can be MVPs too

Women can be MVPs too

Christopher Martinez

September 18, 2018


Filed under Editorial, Opinion

In the world of sports, men are dominant, even when women have more winning seasons and records in comparison. Female athletes should be receiving just as much sports coverage than male athletes to attain equality within sports. There are many cases of men being more dominant in sports, but what no one ...

“FDA approve ‘magic mushroom’ treatment”

Rebecca Aguila, Staff Writer

September 12, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Editor's note: the phrase microdosing was retracted as it was an inaccurate description of the psilocybin treatment Great news for you psychedelic fanatics, as well as including patients who are tired of big pharmaceutical companies draining your savings account and prescribing you medication! The time...

What America Can Learn From John McCain

Eunice Barron, Staff Writer

September 12, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Arizona senator and Republican congressman John McCain died at age 81 after fighting an aggressive form of brain cancer. Despite of battling a terminal illness and tortured for almost six years as a war prisoner in Vietnam, senator McCain demonstrated to the world the dedication he had for serving...

Fine Arts needs vending machines now!

Alison Hernandez, Online editor

September 12, 2018


Filed under Opinion

If Cerritos College can’t be bothered to fix the glass in the window display of its Fine Arts building, the least it can do is install some vending machines to benefit the students and staff that spend long hours working inside. This is honestly a very small, very simple request compared to all...

Corporations must stop exploiting aspects of Wicca

Bianca Martinez, Editor-in-Chief

September 12, 2018


Filed under Opinion

With Sephora and Pinrose's unsuccessful attempt at commercializing a religion for profit, it brings up the question, should religions be open game to be monetized? The answer is no if the ones seeking to profit are corporations or are attempting to take advantage of those who practice the religion that is be...

Happy Hour at the Happiest Place on Earth

Happy Hour at the Happiest Place on Earth

Rebecca Aguila, Staff Writer

September 12, 2018


Filed under Editorial, Opinion

Disneyland is playing with fire by officially stating it will start selling alcoholic beverages at the newly introduced Oga’s Cantina, which will be located in the new Star Wars themed land, Galaxy's Edge, set to open in 2019. Disneyland should not be selling any alcohol within the park because...

Zombie’s save elephants

Zombie’s save elephants

Christopher Martinez, Staff Writer

September 6, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Not much has changed in the world of cancer research in reference to a cure or new form of treatment. However, what if there was a potential walking cancer treatment that has been amongst the world since the Jurassic period? 17 percent of people die from cancer, but it doesn't stop their animal counterparts...

The concept of gender is not a means to make a quick buck

Bianca Martinez, Editor-in-Chief

August 28, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Chanel’s announcement of a makeup line specifically for men is a perfect example of gendering products simply due to biological differences and not to promote the concept of gender. The concept of gender is subjective yet companies insist on gendering even the most benign products, such as band-aids. By...

Focus on the crime not your agenda

Focus on the crime not your agenda

Alison Hernandez and Eunice Barron

August 28, 2018


Filed under Editorial, Opinion

In another childish act of hypocrisy, Conservatives and supporters of stricter anti-immigration laws are using the violent murder of Mollie Tibbetts to further their own racist agendas instead of seeking justice for Tibbetts. The man responsible for her murder should be condemned based on his actions,...

Free Speech Zone:Should we condemn those in the public eye who commit criminal acts? Why?

Eunice Barron, Staff Writer

August 21, 2018


Filed under Free Speech Zone, Opinion

TM Eunice Barron Samantha Edrv, political science "The death penalty is not in deter. Publish punishment is more to set the public at ease than to keep people from committing the crime.In my opinion, some sort of punishment is necessary."   TM Eunice Barron Josue Hidalgo, automotive "I think it is unfair especially for people like celebrities to ...

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