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Opinion: The problems with ‘finstas’

by Sofia Bert, Senior Staff Writer // March 21, 2018

Now I know most people say that social media and other forms of online fake living are bad, but I'm bringing you a whole new level of bad social media...

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Discovering mi familia and myself in Guatemala

Discovering mi familia and myself in Guatemala

by Jocelyn Moran, Mundo Azteca Editor // February 21, 2018

As the sun set, we looked out to the lake, engulfed on the horizon by three volcanoes. We had arrived at a restaurant, anxious to finally eat after a three-hour...

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A skateboarder rides on a footbridge where it is not allowed.

Letter: Skateboarders deserve worse than tickets

February 10, 2018
When I see one of them speed down a hill around a blind corner and eat it and crash, or run into someone, or hit a rock or crash into my state vehicle, it actually brings a smile to my face.
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Opinion: Haters hate; Skaters skate

by Ceighlee Fennel, Staff Writer // February 7, 2018

Attention all skaters: San Diego State police are cracking down on skating by handing out tickets left and right. At the beginning of every new semester,...

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Will Fritzs 1995 Nissan Pickup in Temecula.

Saying ‘goodbye’ to my best friend

by Will Fritz, News Editor // January 24, 2018

I didn’t realize how hard it would be to say goodbye. Maybe that was foolish of me. There I was, sobbing uncontrollably as I pulled out of the...

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Revisiting my hometown through ‘Lady Bird’

by Julianna Ress , Senior Staff Writer // November 29, 2017

In April 2013, the Sacramento Kings were preparing to pack up and permanently relocate to Seattle, after a prolonged combination of embarrassing seasons,...

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Marys declassified school survival guide

Mary’s declassified school survival guide

by Mary York, Digital Sports Editor // October 11, 2017

As someone who spent an extraordinarily long time in community college, followed by an extraordinarily long time in this place they call “adult life,”...

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The Doctor will see you now

by Ahmad Dixon, Staff Writer // September 27, 2017

Premiering in November of 1963, “Doctor Who” is one of the longest running television shows in the history of the medium. First conceived as an...

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Twin Peaks: The Return’s transcendent interpretation of time

by Julianna Ress, Senior Staff Writer // September 20, 2017

“What year is this?” Special Agent Dale Cooper asks an alternate-reality Laura Palmer, who has no memory of Twin Peaks, Washington and only knows herself...

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A tale of two Taylors

by Mary York, Digital Sports Editor // September 8, 2017

Taylor Swift’s new single “Look What You Made Me Do” is being decried by every cynic and crowd-following coward as proof that our perfect country...

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A tale of two Taylors

by Mary York, Digital Sports Editor // September 6, 2017

Taylor Swift’s new single “Look What You Made Me Do” is being decried by every cynic and crowd-following coward as proof that our perfect country...

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Confessions of a starving college student

by Mary York, Digital Sports Editor // August 26, 2017

From the time we are pencil-pushing middle schoolers, we are told the end goal of our young lives is to make it to a university somewhere. In high school,...

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