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I died the other day, but I’m fine

by Ahmad Dixon , Staff Writer // February 1, 2017

Last semester I wrote an introduction to one of the best dark arts programs in the California State University system. If you recall I wrote about “Introduction...

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The Monday struggle as told by dogs

The Monday struggle as told by dogs

by Annalise Dewhurst , Digital Content Editor // March 14, 2016

Another Monday. It seems like they come faster every week. You're not alone— even our furry friends have the same thoughts about Monday. "Sunday...

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The apocalypse is here

by Christine Whitman, Senior Staff Writer // March 26, 2015

I have lived for almost two decades on a planet that, according to many, is disintegrating into a pile of nothing. Let’s face it, how many apocalyptic...

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Love me Tinder, love me true

by Alicia Chavez, Senior Staff Writer // March 23, 2015

Nothing says you’re single quite like the holiday season. Beginning with Halloween and all the way to Valentine’s Day, single people are constantly...

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The truth behind my resume

by Christine Whitman, Senior Staff Writer // March 19, 2015

The whole reason we attend college is to have a piece of paper saying we’re qualified to head out into the real world as adults. That piece of paper...

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Grown-ups are a myth

by Marissa Ochoa, Staff Writer // December 5, 2014

Throughout school, we’ve always looked up to grown-ups for guidance. Needed help with your ABCs? You called your grown-up teacher. Fell off your bike?...

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Surviving a cheesy job

by Chris Blakemore, Graphics Specialist // December 1, 2014

Enduring a part-time job while being a full-time student is a daunting task. My undergraduate career was once a hybrid of feigning interest in political...

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Dreadful dating disasters

by Chris Blakemore, Graphics Specialist // November 24, 2014

Failure runs prominently throughout the annals of my dating history. Now a grown man, at least in the sense of complaining about today’s music and experiencing...

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Politics, polls and people

by Max Saucedo, Staff Writer // November 17, 2014

Ring, ring. “Issacs. No, the governor does not have a stance on the salmonella outbreak. That’s health; go pester them. And while you’re at it,...

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In defense of fast food

by Jenna Mackey, Photo Editor // October 9, 2014

Fast food is in my blood. I mean, my body might actually be made of fast food considering I’ve been avidly consuming it for 20 years. Although some of...

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Pumpkin spice obsessed

by Kelly Hillock, Features Editor // September 18, 2014

It’s the most wonderful time of year: the leaves change into golden hues and crunch beneath boots; there’s a chill in the air, favorite sweaters are...

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Looking in the mirror: body image issues

by Annie Beltran, Staff Writer // September 8, 2014

Everyone has body image issues. Either every year the skin surrounding my body gets worse, or every year I wear my skin I identify new details. The...

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