The world in the face of war

Natalia Kiedrzyn, Staff Member

September 22, 2014

Filed under Opinion

What we have feared in nightmares has become a reality today. We are witnesses of a civil war in Ukraine. Knowing who is fighting is vital to figuring out why the Russian army has invaded Ukrainian soil, and why the government... Read more »

Voting should matter to college students

Josh Bradshaw, Staff member

May 14, 2014

Filed under Opinion

Voting is every American citizen’s right and it is vital for change to happen within both Federal and state policies. It is important to be a part in the upcoming June election for Measure E, as well as all elections, because... Read more »

Capital punishment needs to halt for review

Allan Kew, Staff member

May 14, 2014

Filed under Opinion

The latest debacle concerning the institution of the death penalty requires a review of the processes of capital punishment. On April 29, Clayton Lockett was executed by the state of Oklahoma in what has been described by many... Read more »

Young first-generation Americans often struggle to find cultural identity

Rachel Ann Reyes, Editor-in-chief

May 14, 2014

Filed under Opinion

Growing up with my parents, I've often gone to many Filipino bakeries and restaurants. Familiar with the environment and food, I see no problem in making a quick stop for lunch. ... Read more »