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Quetzel Mama

Quetzel Mama

January 22, 2015

Online Privacy

Nancy Gomez, Journalist

November 13, 2014

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There has always been issues in regards to privacy online. But more recently, it has become a bit of a controversial topic. Many people are completely and justifiably opposed to the idea of being surveillanced while surfing the...

Risk or Regret

Rudy Vargas, Journalist

October 17, 2014

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How would you feel if you could never do what you loved ever again? What would you do if you were told you only had a small window of time to do what you wanted? When I was told I would have to stop participating in wrestling...

Making Time for Yourself

Marlyn Sanchez, Journalist

October 17, 2014

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Ranging from taking on a job, cramming for a test, stressing over grades, or just being teenagers, we all become occupied sometimes even beyond measure. Often many of us neglect ourselves, becoming the needle in our own haystack....

One Voice

One Voice

October 10, 2014

Calling All Women

Rocio Becerra, Journalist

September 19, 2014

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The common gentleman’s saying, “Ladies first,” is true only when a man wants to let a lady go through a door, but that’s where the notion of letting a woman get ahead ends.  Even in our “modern” society, gender roles...

Getting “Distracted” by the Wrong Things

Francisco Rubio, Journalist

September 19, 2014

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Almost all schools have a dress code which defines what students can and can’t wear. Unfortunately, a major part of society uses these dress codes to target teen girls by telling them their clothes are a distraction to boys. ...

WonderColumn

WonderColumn

May 19, 2014

Inspiration from an unexpected source

Irene Vera, Staff Writer

November 18, 2013

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At times we don’t take people’s advice, because we feel a bit superior to them. Whether it is clothes, classes, friends, or food, we don’t want people telling us what to do because we think we know better. For me, I don’t...

What happened to the 3-sport-athletes?

Daniel Figueroa, Reporter

November 18, 2013

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There was a time when playing three sports was the norm.  Guys might play football, basketball, and baseball, while girls might play volleyball, basketball, and softball. Now, if an athlete plays two sports he or she is special. The...

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