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‘We have to exercise our power’: Trump’s policies push Lakewood resident to vote for the first time

'We have to exercise our power': Trump's policies push Lakewood resident to vote for the first time

Jacqueline Cochran

August 28, 2020

Exercising the right to vote is as American as apple pie, but non-voters are finding reasons to cast a ballot this election.

California Gov. Gavin Newsom speaks during a news conference at the California justice department on September 18, 2019 in Sacramento, California. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images/TNS)

Healthcare and school budgets slashed as Newsom calls upon federal government for aid

May 18, 2020

Due to projected billion-dollar decreases in budget, Newsom states "the enormity of the task at hand cannot just be borne by a state."

As the stay-at-home order continues, so does our coverage of community updates. Photo credit: Edgar Mendoza

Community updates for the week of May 18

May 17, 2020

Quarantine continues and so do the updates.

White protestors privileged in the eyes of the law

White protestors privileged in the eyes of the law

May 10, 2020

Videos of anti-lockdown protests in California and Michigan, along with new footage of the Ahmaud Arbery murder, show a reality that's impossible to ignore.

The May 6th Board of Trustees meeting saw a lengthy discussion on the options for the Fall 2020 semester. The Board agreed to keep the school online for the health and safety reasons.

Cerritos will continue online learning into the fall semester

May 10, 2020

The decision will keep all lecture classes online but exempt certain laboratory classes.

The final week is upon us and once again Talon Marks is here to help you make sense of changes. This list will cover changes beginning May 11. Photo credit: Edgar Mendoza

Community updates and re-openings for the week of May 11

May 10, 2020

Changes to your city guidelines, regulations and policies all in one quick list.

Off The Field: Collegiate Baseball Invitational is back

Texas Tech's Hunter Dobbins (42) pitches in a nonconference game March 14, 2010 against Stetson at Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park. Dobbins is set to compete in the Collegiate Summer Baseball Invitational slated for June 4-6 in his hometown of Bryan, Texas.

Luis Lemus

May 7, 2020

Baseball is making a comeback, if only at a collegiate level.

COVID isn’t the time to punish students but to understand and assist. Tough times aren’t limited to teachers.

‘F’ your failing grades

May 3, 2020

Students deserve academic leniency during the COVID-19 pandemic, a period of literal shared trauma and death.

America strives to re-open as newer COVID-19 cases and death tolls rise. Photo credit: Sofia Gallegos

Death by COVID-19: America’s grand reopening

April 26, 2020

U.S. citizens confusing their personal luxuries for their natural rights.

Protesters gather to protest Pennsylvania's social distancing protocols. Protests like this have popped up across the country.

The COVID protests are just an extension of right-wing climate denial

April 26, 2020

Conservatives' refusal to face facts is rooted in cynical culture politics and economic supremacy.

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