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Editorial Cartoon 3/22/19

Editorial Cartoon 3/22/19

Isabelle Ortiz, Cartoonist

March 21, 2019


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A clinic in real leadership

Nick Campbell, @TheNCExperience

March 21, 2019


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In one of the deadliest mass shooting in New Zealand’s history, the Christchurch Mosque terrorist attack captivated the media’s attention and shocked the world. Carried out by an avowed white supremacist, the entire attack was captured on the killer’s GoPro camera and live streamed on Facebook. ...

The case for a poetry club at LMC

Kayla Anderson, Guest Columnist

March 21, 2019


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People go through hard times. Some are born with anxiety, some show signs of depression at a young age and some act out because their parents were never around. All of these experiences create negative thoughts and emotional issues for those who can’t cope with the issues in their lives. So they push th...

The challenges of gun control

Jensen Ready, Guest Columnist

March 21, 2019


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The recent New Zealand mass shooting, based on prejudice and racism, was a terrible and disgusting act. It has left the world once again astounded at how these awful acts of hatred can continue to occur. Following the incident, New Zealand has decided to ban all assault rifles that were used in the te...

Active Engagement

Ruth Ontiveros, Guest Columnist

March 21, 2019


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Many of us don’t have an active college life. Although the lack of engagement in extracurricular activities can apply to any student from kindergarten through high school, the reasons may differ and engagement is not entirely a reflection of interest. But, as adults in college, we have more contro...

Editorial Cartoon 3/15/19

Editorial Cartoon 3/15/19

Isabelle Ortiz, Cartoonist

March 14, 2019


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Editorial Cartoon 3/8/19

Editorial Cartoon 3/8/19

Isabelle Ortiz, Cartoonist

March 7, 2019


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The media promotes racism

Shaston Thompson, Guest Columnist

March 7, 2019


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Many forms of media, especially televised media, have a negative influence on racism in America. In our society they often perpetuate the myth of white supremacy. I didn’t know what racism meant as a child, but I also never saw people of color represented on television or in books or newspapers. M...

Don’t let bad health bring you down

YuHe Liang, Guest Columnist

March 7, 2019


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We often think about how to stay healthy from nutrition to exercise. To learn how to live better, people read articles on the internet about how to stay healthy However, the information many people get  online on how to stay healthy are fragments. Health issues like obesity are common in the...

What can be done to end police shootings?

Nick Campbell, @TheNCexperience

March 7, 2019


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Last year in Sacramento, police shot and killed a 22-year old man named Stephon Clark. As is the case with most police shootings of black suspects, the man was unarmed. The confrontation began with a foot chase by Sacramento police that ended in the backyard of Clark’s grandmother's house. According ...

Masculinity challenged

Nick Campbell, @TheNCExperience

March 7, 2019


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The 91st Academy Awards had everything you’d expect from the star- studded affair that it is. Celebrated actors strutted on the red carpet wearing everything from Saint Laurent, Alexander McQueen and other high profile designers. But one particular designer stood out, Christian Siriano. But it wasn...

Editorial Cartoon 3/1/19

Editorial Cartoon 3/1/19

Isabelle Ortiz, Cartoonist

February 28, 2019


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