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Opinion: Trump's Reign of Terror Isn't Over

Opinion: Trump’s Reign of Terror Isn’t Over

Cesar Gonzalez, Opinion Editor February 17, 2021

Almost a month after Biden took office, republicans stayed standing by their former president’s side. While most households have taken down their Trump memorabilia and accepted defeat, others are still...

U.S. Senator Kamala Harris speaking with attendees at the 2019 National Forum on Wages and Working People hosted by the Center for the American Progress Action Fund and the SEIU at the Enclave in Las Vegas, Nevada posted by Gage Skidmore on flickr.

Covid Relief Bill One Step Closer to Passing

Jaylen Minnich Hall, News Editor February 6, 2021

Yesterday, both chambers of congress took the procedural step of passing the budget resolution that would allow the passage of the $1.9 trillion Covid-19 relief package. This resolution is not the actual...

A Trump supporter holds a Trump flag inside the US Capitol Building near the Senate Chamber on January 06, 2021 in Washington, DC when rioters stormed the Capitol.

Pro-Trump Insurrectionists Storm U.S. Capitol

Monica Inouye and Abraham Navarro January 13, 2021

Trump supporters stormed Capitol Hill this afternoon disrupting the electoral count to confirm President-elect Joe Biden’s presidential victory. A large maskless group of rioters waving Trump flags and...

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Twitter Bans Trump

Christie Yeung, Gaming & Tech Editor January 8, 2021

The ban hammer had slammed down on Trump’s Twitter account @realDonaldTrump. Trump has been known for tweeting his controversial opinions on Twitter even before he became the President of the United...

12 Moments When Politics Felt Like a Parks and Rec Episode

12 Moments When Politics Felt Like a Parks and Rec Episode

Monica Inouye, Politics Editor November 24, 2020

1. 2020 Presidential Debate #1 The first presidential debate was a trainwreck, and it kind of reminded us of this iconic Parks and Rec episode featuring a debate between Leslie Knope and Bobby Newport. 2....

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California Ballot Updates

Christie Yeung and Jaylen Minnich Hall November 14, 2020

California experienced a record number of votes for the general election and it is estimated that 11.2 million ballots were mailed in or dropped off prior to Nov.3. The state finished counting votes for...

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Election Student Opinion Series: Why This Election Matters

Brooklyn Veldman, Staff Reporter November 11, 2020

Right now America is facing an absurd amount of hatred and division. I believe the most important issue facing our country right now is the lack of unity. For countless of reasons, this presidential election...

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Election Student Opinion Series: Why This Election Matters

Luz-Maria Garcia, Staff Reporter November 10, 2020

This election is important to me and my family because of several issues. First and foremost, to address discrimination issues. Secondly, to provide the homeless population the assistance they need...

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Election Student Opinion Series: Why This Election Matters

Jing Lou, Staff Reporter November 9, 2020

Election night was a long night for me. I did not sleep until 1 a.m. I woke up a couple of times to check the updates of electoral votes. Since I grew up in China, I did not have the opportunity to participate...

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Election Student Opinion Series: Why This Election Matters

Andrew Garcia, Staff Reporter November 8, 2020

I voted in this election because as little as my vote counts and as cliché as it sounds I feel like it is my duty as an American. America is far from perfect and the people running it are far from perfect...

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Election Student Opinion Series: Why This Election Matters

Rosie Hernandez, Staff Reporter November 7, 2020

This election is very important to me because it is an election between having human rights or getting them ripped away from you. Watching the BLM movement earlier this year and families getting separated...

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Election Student Opinion Series: Why This Election Matters

Reina Leyva, Staff Reporter November 6, 2020

I voted in this election because I am pro-life. I know politically we're supposed to separate politics from religion, but if I turn a blind eye, doesn't that make me a bystander in the eyes of God? I view...

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