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Stoneman Douglas students make a real impact

Staff, submitstoryhere@gmail.com

March 1, 2018


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Two weeks after 17 teachers and students were murdered at Stoneman Douglas High in Parkland, Florida, class is back in session. Since the shooting, the survivors have advocated not only for stricter gun laws, but for the removal of elected officials being bought by the National Rifle Association. D...

Don’t share vile viral videos

Azi Carter, acarter@lmcexperience.com

March 1, 2018


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Of all the disturbing things a parent could see on social media, child porn is one that could stir up many emotions, especially if one of the parents had themselves fallen victim to such atrocities in their own childhood, In February, such an event caught me off-guard when I was screening my messenger...

Black Panther dispels stereotypes

Genaro Mauricio, Guest Columnist

February 22, 2018


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Batman, Spiderman, Captain America, Thor and Iron Man — What do all these superheroes have in common? They’re all white. Hollywood has always maintained the same homogenous perspective while making films. Very rarely has a person of color been able to keep their foot in the door long enough to make...

Embrace new networking tactics

A.R. Broom, abroom@lmcexperience.com

February 21, 2018


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There are more than a few good practices that people use when successfully networking, but prior to enacting those practices, you actually have to meet the person. With the Internet well underway, it is imperative for the budding professional to use it to connect with new people and expand that network...

Gentrification lessens the character of cultural hubs

Lilly Montero, lilly.montero3@gmail.com

February 21, 2018


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Imagine a cute New Age coffee shop for a moment. Off white walls, clean wood furniture accented by little green succulents. There are also quirky trinkets or photos to contrast the green against a deep blue or a mustard yellow. There’s some kind of upbeat indie song playing. You don’t know the song,...

Editorial Cartoon – 02/09/2018

Editorial Cartoon – 02/09/2018

D'Angelo Jackson, djackson@lmcexperience.com

February 8, 2018


Filed under Editorial Cartoon, Top Stories

An inappropriate response to victory

Experience Staff, submitstoryhere@lmcexperience.com

February 8, 2018


Filed under Editorial, Perspectives

Both football fans and non-football fans came together this past Sunday to cheer on the Philadelphia Eagles and hopes of defeating the supposedly unbeatable Tom Brady. They did just that, bringing home their first Super Bowl ring. However, this historical win was overshadowed by the their fans doing...

Media emphasizes equal representation

Robert Pierce, rpierce@lmcexperience.com

February 7, 2018


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In the last couple days, many have been celebrating the rising tide of positive representation depicted in Black Panther, on Twitter with #WhatBlackPantherMeansToMe. And yet, every silver lining has a cloud — at least a few commenters flocked to the hashtag to talk about how representation is a...

Editorial Cartoon – 02/02/2018

Editorial Cartoon – 02/02/2018

Josh Wood, jwood@lmcexperience.com

February 1, 2018


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Be a fan, not a backseat coach

Jesus Cano, jcano@lmcexperience.com

February 1, 2018


Filed under Perspectives

Physical activity is important for everyone, especially children in their early development, which is why we often see parents encouraging them to play sports. Whether it is soccer, football or even badminton, it is no secret that the participation in youth sports increases by the year. No one can automatic...

Take a moment to disconnect

Tamara Seward, tseward@lmcexperience.com

January 31, 2018


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As I sat down to write my column for the first issue of a new semester, I had so many distractions that I kept forgetting what I wanted to write about. Not distractions of an emergency nature either. Things like my folks’ new dog, kids needing things, family issues, work schedule and other homework...

Enough with the shoulder pads

Lilly Montero, lilly.montero3@gmail.com

January 31, 2018


Filed under Perspectives

As World War II took mankind by storm, women were in the workplace adorned with shoulder pads. The style was considered militarized, masculine and capable. The shoulder pads empowered women at a time when the world was at its weakest and men were most vulnerable.  When the war ended in 1945, the shoulderp...

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