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Opinion & Editorial

Impeach Donald Trump

President Trump has picked up resistance as House Democrats’ legal pressure mounts. (Photo via Wikimedia Commons)   For the past several weeks, we’ve watched our President embarrass the nation. We’ve looked on as he callously tramples upon our democracy, using the Oval Office for his own personal gain, desperately clawing for power to satisfy an

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Living in Denial

Scrolling through Twitter last Friday, I couldn’t believe what filled my timeline. Attacks on Greta Thunberg and the international climate strikes littered my home page, and after just minutes of reading tweets from fervent politicians and enraged citizens, I had to put my phone away. It’s a well-established fact by now that climate change is

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California State Legislature Challenges NCAA in Senate Bill 206

The California Legislature passed the Fair Pay to Play Act on Monday, September 9. (Wikimedia Commons)  This past Monday the California State Senate unanimously voted 72-0 on the Fair Pay to Play Act written by state Democrats Nancy Skinner and Steven Bradford, which will allow Californian collegiate athletes to earn compensation for their name, image,

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Greed trumps Environment’s Sanctity in the Amazon and Now at Home

The almighty buck reigns as 2.3 million acres and counting are afire. (Pxhere) Over the past few weeks, the Amazon rainforest and the mass fires currently devastating this region have dominated headlines. The Amazon is well on its way to becoming a savannah. Its accelerated destruction is just as you might predict: political manipulation occurring

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Editorial: Look for Colleges that are the Right Fit

Some parents involved in the college scandal bribed testing officials to guarantee their children higher scores on the SAT.(Flickr) On March 12, news broke that well-known actress Lori Loughlin, among other affluent parents, had been charged in a college admissions scandal. By one form or another, whether it involved fraudulent athletic recruitment or standardized testing,

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And in this Corner . . . Pete, the New Guy on the Street

Mayor Pete Buttigieg is the first openly gay presidential candidate. (Wikimedia Commons) It’s 2008, and Barack Obama is losing grip of his candidacy. He still clings to the unraveling rope that is his political future. Sermons of his former minister, Jeremiah A. Wright Jr., were publicized, revealing the minister’s resentful sentiments against whites. Wright said

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If Barr is Right, Mueller’s Report Won’t Change Many Minds

William Barr’s March 24 letter to Congress gave a look into what can be expected in the forthcoming Special Counsel report. (Wikimedia Commons via US Dept. of Justice) Several weeks ago, Attorney General William Barr published his summary of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s inquiry into the Trump campaign’s alleged collusion with Russia and subsequent obstruction

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