Should community college be free?

Silvia Munguia, Staff Writer

September 29, 2015

Filed under Opinion

President Barack Obama delivered a speech at Macomb Community College this past Sept. 9, proposing free community colleges throughout the nation. Under the president’s proposal students will receive a tuition-free, two-year... Read more »

Republicans Engage in ‘Jim Crow-Mandering’

Shane O'Connell, Staff Writer

September 22, 2015

Filed under Opinion

“In a nation ruled by swine, all pigs are upward mobile.”-Hunter S. Thompson California has 53 congressional districts.  This means that, every two years, we elect 53 representatives to brave the corrupted farm and greasy, fiendish hogs that is the Ho... Read more »

Ode To K Sandwiches

Ode To K Sandwiches

September 17, 2015

Cable News Opinion

Bijan Izadi, Photo Editor

September 15, 2015

Filed under Opinion

For me the news symbolizes what should be an equalizing factor that gets everyone the information to make them better citizens. For me I think of CNN and its fresh modern look late at night, the soothing tone of the reporter,... Read more »

The Art Beyond The Gamer

Junnette Caldera, Staff Writer

September 9, 2015

Filed under Opinion

          The world of gaming has existed for many decades and is now looked into as a form of art. The perception of gaming could be viewed in two different aspects. First view is as a player, where the individual is spen... Read more »

Down and Gritty: American Politics, Climate Change, and You

Shane O'Connell, Staff Writer

September 8, 2015

Filed under Column, Opinion, Uncategorized

Two weeks ago we started back to school and, for most of us, dealing with the stress of first parking then finding your way to class through the construction and 25,000 other kids trying to do the same thing, was more than enough. Yet,... Read more »