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Editorial: Protecting personal privacy as a community

October 1

Filed under Editorials, Opinion

Campus culture has and will continue to change with every generation. Most of us don’t remember a time where students went from class to class without their smartphone obstructing their view. The digital age has certainly re...

Editorial: Cast adrift without Puente

September 15

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Time can be a funny thing sometimes; it seems easily measured, and yet students and physicist agree that it can dilate in the presence of extremes of velocity, gravity, or homework. So why is a year long hiatus for the Puent...

Editorial: Oops, it happened again

September 15

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Turn the knob, the door is stuck, you smack your face into the door. Turn the knob, the door is stuck again, you smack your face into the door, again. How many times will you smack your face into the door before considering an...

Editorial: That hoe ain’t loyal

April 30

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Everyone rejoice! Ding-dong the witch is dead! Or at least, that's how most people are reacting. Of course, the witch isn't so much dead as black listed from the NBA for life. Not that anyone is advocating the murder of either...

Editorial: Hear ye, hear ye, said no one ever

April 16

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When one thinks of an election, what comes to mind? Lawn signs? Political rallies? Presidential debates? The specifics always vary, but no matter how toxic or endearing, topical or substantive our elections end up being, they...

Editorial: Rack city, a dangerous place

April 16

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Two weeks ago, you were robbed. Many of you might not have noticed it, and if you did, you might not have even recognized the robbery for what it was. That's not to say nobody noticed, because the Union received more than it'...

Editorial: Weaving the budget dry

April 7

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Despite their obvious benefit to society, running a public school is always an expensive prospect. In addition to having all of the typical business expenses, employees, insurance, maintenance, etc., schools must provide supplies...

Editorial: Free money, no problems

March 24

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In many cases, your education can pay for itself if you look in the right places and ask the right people. Financial aid is typically the first place students go to when looking for a way to pay for their education, but there ar...

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