Mueller Report Summary Released

Adam Lenk, Features Editor

April 6, 2019

For almost two years, Robert Mueller was in charge of an investigation against the Trump Campaign and its alleged collusion with Russia, now in the wake of the release of the Mueller report summary there are many questions, Muell...

School Districts to Ban Phone Usage

Adam Lenk, Features Editor

March 30, 2019

California school districts may be required to make new policy to quell the use of phones on school campus. Assembly Bill 272, proposed by 66th District Assemblyman Al Muratsuchi, would severely alter school attitudes towards ...

The Mueller Investigation: A Timeline

Hannah Howard, Reporter

March 30, 2019

On March 24, Attorney General William Barr’s review of a more than 300 page Mueller Report was released to the public. The report by special counsel Robert Mueller has spanned two years, indicted many, and caused heated nationa...

Scandal in Hollywood

Jevin Dorsey, Sports Editor

March 23, 2019

Last week on Tuesday, numerous famous and wealthy parents across the United States, including household names like Lori Loughlin, who many know as “Aunt Becky” from the show “Full House,” were charged with scheming to g...

New Zealand Gun Policy

Dan Meloy, News Editor

March 9, 2019

Dan Meloy, News Editor After the horrific mass shooting on March 15th at a mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand, New Zealand was quick and swift in the ban of all assault type guns, which made many Americans ask; why hasn’t ...

The War on Homosexual Criminalization

Adam Lenk, Features Editor

March 9, 2019

At a reception in Berlin, U.S. Ambassador to Germany, Richard Grenell announced a global effort to end the criminalization of homosexuality. This campaign would enlist the help of multiple organizations such as the European Union, and...

One of the Many Controversies Created by the CPAC

Dan Meloy, News Editor

March 9, 2019

On March 2nd, at the Conservative Political Action Conference in National Harbor, Maryland Donald Trump said, “I will be signing an executive order requiring colleges and universities to support free speech if they want federa...

What Does the Future Look Like for Women’s Rights?

Hannah Howard, Reporter

March 9, 2019

March is Women’s History Month, and while many will be looking to the past in the next few weeks, it’s also a time to look to the future. The fight for equality has long been focused on political action, and while the movement ...

Women’s History Month

Jevin Dorsey, Sports Editor

March 9, 2019

 The month of March is nationally recognized as Women’s History Month in the United States. It begins on March 1st and ends on March 31st, which also includes International Women's Day on March 8th. Women's History Month bega...

Mexican Gas Stations

Hector Suarez, Reporter

February 1, 2019

It has been almost a month or so since the service stations in nine states of Mexico have gone dry on gasoline. Shortages have been reported in  almost nine states and in the country's capital. In stations in Zapopan, and in ...

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