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Is it right…? : Generalizations

LaShawn Encarnacion April 30, 2013

Generalizations happen every day and they carry heavy consequences with them. For example, is it right for society to make them about a specific gender? A generalization some make is that women set themselves...

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Photos unsafe on Facebook, again

J. Rae Chipera April 29, 2013

Facebook stalkers can now be more efficient, as a new app takes advantage of users who don’t constantly police their privacy settings. Is the existence of one app evidence of others? “Photos...

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Cross the border, waive your rights

Elizabeth Carson April 29, 2013

“The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable...

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Goodbye Constitution

J. Rae Chipera April 29, 2013

America: home of the free and land of the brave? Not anymore.In Southern California, even if one does not leave the U.S., it is inevitable that a driver will pass through a border patrol checkpoint; whereupon,...

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Why so serious?

Why so serious?

Adam Baird April 23, 2013

The anti-pirate armada in another pointless battle.

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Why so serious?

Why so serious?

Adam Baird April 23, 2013

Kim Jung-un in elementary school.

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Our culture is built on rape

Jennifer Manalili April 23, 2013

A video posted on The Onion satirical news network depicts how a star basketball player overcomes a rape he committed.It follows a fictional Colorado college basketball star named Jacob Ross who “faced...

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The founding fathers didn’t foresee these ‘arms’

Adam Baird April 15, 2013

It's hard to sign on to a social media site these days without seeing a post about guns.Probably about half of your friends who have an opinion on the matter seem to be for tighter regulations to save...

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No one needs to own heavy artillery

Jennifer Manalili April 15, 2013

Last December, the world watched as 20 students and six adults were killed in a mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn. The ages of the students that perished ranged from six to...

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Guns don’t shoot people; mental instability shoots people

J. Rae Chipera April 15, 2013

On Friday, Feb. 8, convicted sex offender Adrian Thorsby, 49, was sentenced for firing a 20-gauge shot gun through the living room window of a house in which children were playing. In what country did...

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Is it right …

LaShawn Encarnacion April 15, 2013

Is it right ... that pro athletes can take performing enhancing drugs to compete? To use drugs such as steroids, human growth hormones (HGH) and numerous types of pain killers to cash in on tens-of-millions...

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Words are like ammunition

Jennifer Manalili March 12, 2013

Words are like ammo, they have power, and in some ways that power can be used to hurt people. Perhaps our art is a reflection of this knowledge.Recently, the popular and critically acclaimed film director...

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