J Balvins Perra and the Bigotry in Reggaeton

J Balvin’s “Perra” Highlights Reggaeton Bigotry

Samantha Acevedo January 11, 2022

Picture this: For years, the music scene created by the people of your community has gone global. That genre of music has taken the world by storm, becoming a staple in social settings such as parties...

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Lakers Created Excitement Only To Disappoint Fans

Farhaan Pathan December 2, 2021

The Los Angeles Lakers created a substantial amount of noise by signing all-stars, Carmelo Anthony, Russell Westbrook and Dwight Howard this season. Word went around that this new Lakers roster would be...

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Democrats Are Defeating Themselves

Bryan Jimenez November 23, 2021

On Nov. 2, Virginian voters took to the polls to voice their dissatisfaction with the Democratic Party’s leadership, handing the positions of governor, lieutenant governor and attorney general to Republican...

A close look at the Ironwood Country Club in Palm Desert, CA.

This Is Why You Suck At Golf

Katerina Cervantes November 18, 2021

Picture this: It’s a beautiful day on the golf course and you have a 3-foot putt for par. You think to yourself, “This can’t be that hard. I’ve made three footers before. Just make the putt for...

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It is Time to End the Filibuster

Bryan Jimenez November 2, 2021

The filibuster, an archaic political procedure birthed by a senatorial gaffe, has played a fundamental role in the Senate for far too long. An important tool to obstructionist politicians halting legislative...

Smell the Flowers, but Read the Paper Too

Smell the Flowers, but Read the Paper Too

Bryan Jimenez October 19, 2021

In an era comprised of division, animosity and red tape, you may feel discouraged from being attentive towards the political affairs in Washington or even your city hall. Maybe you perceive the power of...

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Astrology Actually Does Matter… Kinda

Natalia Chairez October 4, 2021

Have you noticed how more and more people have started to indulge into the world of astrology? Today, one of the most common questions when getting to know someone is, “What’s your sign?” or “What...

To Cancel or Not to Cancel...

To Cancel or Not to Cancel…

Aaron Story, Managing Editor September 28, 2021

With 2021 having one of the most anticipated concert seasons of all time, it now hangs in limbo as COVID-19 is still surging onward. Many prominent artists and world renowned festivals are now second guessing...

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Shut Your Mouth and Open Your Ears

Aaron Story, Managing Editor September 21, 2021

There has been something even more contagious than COVID-19, and that is talking over one another. For the past year and a half we’ve been forced into tight quarters and reduced to a very narrow scope...

Why Doesn’t the U.S. love Formula 1?

Why Doesn’t the U.S. love Formula 1?

Diego Renteria, Sports Editor September 20, 2021

The fact that Americans have difficulty accepting Formula 1 as being one of the largest sports on the planet really grinds my gears like a bad gearbox. Formula 1 is the most successful motorsport worldwide,...

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Sex Education Needs To Be Taught In Schools

Gwynnevere De La Cruz, Staff Reporter August 26, 2021

There is a lack of sexual education in high school and in life. What man knows how to really reach the 15-minute orgasm? Couldn’t tell you. I tried to think of moments both in middle school and high...

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Mt. SAC: Protect Your Students

Megan Cansino, Substance Editor In Chief August 23, 2021

An email that Mt. SAC attempted to issue with proper information on the implications, safety precautions and mandatory screening--pertaining to the COVID-19 virus--was about as useful as a three dollar...

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