“Peace with Police” event aims to ease tension with police officers

Jahnae Runnells, Opinion Editor

October 27, 2016

Filed under Opinion

San Diego Mesa College hosted an event on proper police encounter etiquette on Oct. 18. The “Peace with Police” event helped students get proper instructions on how to go home safely after a police encounter. Throughout the...

Final debate yields memorable moments

Tremaine Harvey, Staff Writer

October 26, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Debate watchers have declared Clinton the winner of the third and final debate making this a clean sweep for her. While Clinton’s first two performances showed a modest need for improvement, as she’s not particularly known...

KC’s Book Korner

KC Longley, Features Editor

October 20, 2016

Filed under Column, Features, Top Stories

There have been many progressive steps taken in the U.S. lately, slowly making American citizens feel more comfortable in their own skin while being in this country. However, not everything is seamless and easy. Day in and day...

O’er the land of the free, and the home of the brave?

Jahnae Runnells, Opinion Editor

October 11, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Before amusement park openings and sporting events, The Star Spangled Banner blares out of the speakers and the citizens of the United States stand at attention. At least, that is what many were taught to do. But in the recent...

Stark Choice, High Stakes and the First Presidential Debate

Tremaine Harvey, Staff Writer

October 4, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Despite all the devoted Bernie Sanders supporters, many of them still found themselves cheering Mrs. Clinton on as she faced off against Mr. Trump, during the first presidential debate last Monday. And while the choice is stark...

Sexual assault affects everyone

KC Longley, Features Editor

September 15, 2016

Filed under Opinion, Top Stories, Uncategorized

Being a woman in this society comes with many types of baggage. “Does this outfit make me look weird?” “Will people judge me if I say this out-loud?” “Does it look like I’m asking for it?” “How many...

How can we teach people that murder is wrong by murdering people?

Tremaine Harvey, Staff Writer

September 15, 2016

Filed under Opinion

California will be voting to either keep or repeal its death penalty during the November general election. The obvious question that tends to arise is, is the death penalty a justifiable punishment for murder? And the simple...

Pan-African living commons on college campus

Jahnae Runnells, Writer

September 15, 2016

Filed under Opinion, Uncategorized

In the recent weeks, there has been major uproar about the new living commons on California State University of Los Angeles’ campus. The Halisi Scholars Black Living-Learning Community is a new building intended to create a...

Rethinking the Death Penalty

Ian Caffarel, Staff Writer

September 15, 2016

Filed under Opinion, Uncategorized

In California, the death penalty has been a hot topic. This year is no different. In November, voters have a choice between Proposition 62, which outright abolishes the death penalty in the state, and Proposition 66, which significantly...

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