Coincidental traits of cults leaders

Jessica Clemons, Staff Writer

March 23

Filed under Opinion

There are many aspects that contribute to a cult. In many cases, the cult and cult leader view things as completely one sided, not always taking into consideration the opposing side of their beliefs or values. A cult by definition...

The Truth That Needs to Get Out

Naz Hakim, Staff Writer

March 19

Filed under Opinion

The movie many have been raving about, and has been inspiring hilarious memes, is “Get Out” directed by famous comedian Jordan Peele. This was not only a new approach for Peele, but for his fans. The movie hit theaters Februar...

Milo Goes to College

Andreas Loretan, Staff Writer

March 15

Filed under Culture, Opinion

The mouthpiece of the “alt-right,” Milo Yiannopolous, met a fierce backlash just before his scheduled appearance at UC Berkeley, something he is quite upset about. A man who has made his name in political punditry by criti...

Trump’s first interesting 100 days

Marcel E. Anderson, Editor-in-Chief

March 6

Filed under Opinion

It has only been 46 days since the inauguration of President Donald J. Trump, and as expected, things are not as pleasant as they could be for Americans. In October of 2016, Trump proposed a 100 day plan that he intended to...

More Students Parking at Mesa

Ian Caffarel, Staff Writer

February 26

Filed under Opinion

For most young college students, acquiring their own car is going from one set of problems to another. Getting a car means transitioning from the set of difficulties involving public transport: long waiting times, trips that...

Should Celebrities Be Involved in Politics?

Ian Caffarel, Staff Writer

December 16

Filed under Opinion

This past fall, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick made headlines for protesting the National Anthem at games, to protest treatment of blacks across the nation. He was followed by many other NFL players, with others...

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