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Bernie Sanders Tries Again

Bernie Sanders Tries Again

Holly Rusch, Politics Editor

March 22, 2019

In 2016, Bernie Sanders’ run for president was a phenomenon. His rise to prominence on a platform of democratic socialism was a shock to the centrist establishment of the Democratic party. It isn’t 2016 anymore, and Sanders’ ideas of medicare for all and free college are hardly as radical as th...

Fifty Dead After Mass Shooting at Mosques in New Zealand

First responders at the scene of the mosque shooting in New Zealand on Friday.

Noelia Arteaga, Sports Editor

March 16, 2019

Fifty people were shot and killed by a white supremacist at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand on Friday, making it New Zealand's deadliest mass shooting since 1943.

Teen Eggs Australian Senator Following Senator’s Anti-Immigration Remarks

Will Connolly egged Australian senator Fraser Anning.

Emma Chiu, Copy Editor

March 16, 2019

An Australian teen smashed a raw egg into the back of an Australian lawmaker’s head in response to the lawmaker’s anti-Muslim comments.

The Scoop on the College Bribery Scandal

Lori Loughlin (left), William Singer (center), and Felicity Huffman (right) were charged for college admissions bribery.

Noelia Arteaga, Sports Editor

March 14, 2019

Fifty people were charged in a thread of college bribery scandals unveiled on Tuesday, involving some of television's top-name Hollywood actors.

Lack of Governmental Involvement in Issues in America

Lack of Governmental Involvement in Issues in America

Kiki Koeppen, Diversity Editor

March 5, 2019

Racism, sexism, homophobia, gun control, climate change, conversion therapy, sexual harassment scandals; what do all of these issues and many others have in common? The government’s lack of will to change the United States for the better.

The Impacts of Arctic Drilling

A cow skull sits on an oil pipeline near Bakersfield, CA.

Cedrik von Briel, Staff Writer

March 1, 2019

The arctic Tundra is home to more than 80% of Breeding birds in North America, including the endangered Short-tailed Albatross, and threatened Spectacled Eider. This presents a dilemma for many people- billions of dollars of oil, or save some pristine nature?

Parkland Shooting Anniversary Sparks Reflection Nationwide

Adults and children gathered at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School to mourn as a community.

Isabella Williams, Editor-in-Chief, Campus Editor

February 27, 2019

On the anniversary of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting, students and adults across the nation took time to reflect and honor the 17 lives lost in Parkland.

New Attorney General Could “Barr” Future Mueller Probe

President Trump congratulates Attorney General Barr on his nomination and confirmation.

Sean Moriarty, Politics Special Coverage Editor

February 27, 2019

William Barr was confirmed by the Senate as the new United States Attorney General last Thursday, handing him control of the Justice Department, all legal advice to the Executive Branch, and, most notably, the Mueller investigation.

Economic and Political Chaos Plague Venezuela

A Venezuelan citizen participates in a protest against the government.

Leila Taherian, Local News Editor

February 14, 2019

After years of an ongoing economic crisis, Venezuela faces political turmoil due to the lack of a legitimate president.

Shutdown Averted, but a National Emergency Looms

A section of the fence along the United States-Mexico border.

Emma Chiu, Copy Editor

February 14, 2019

Congress recently passed a spending bill, providing the United States government with enough funds to prevent another partial shutdown. President Trump is expected to sign the bill into law, but he believes that it issues an unsatisfactory amount of wall funding and he plans on declaring a state of national emergency in order to gain additional finances.

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