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Proposition 22

OPINION: Prop 22 justifies app-based drivers employment status

Produced in collaboration with City College history students
City Times Staff, Editor November 2, 2020
Proposition 22 would classify app-based drivers as “independent contractors” instead of “employees” while offering certain compensation as a replacement if the driver meets certain criteria.
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Proposition 17

OPINION: Voting not a reward, but a right with Prop 17

Produced in collaboration with City College history students
City Times Staff, Editor November 2, 2020
Proposition 17 amends the Constitution of California to allow U.S. citizens who are on state parole for a felony conviction the right to vote. This would also allow for these citizens to participate in elections.
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Proposition 23

OPINION: Prop 23 improves safety, accountability in dialysis clinics

Produced in collaboration with City College history students
City Times Staff, Editor October 30, 2020
Proposition 23 improves safety and accountability in dialysis clinics. A yes vote requires a doctor to be on site during all treatment hours.
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OPINION: Prop 18 shapes positive habit in young voters

OPINION: Prop 18 shapes positive habit in young voters

Produced in collaboration with City College history students
City Times Staff, Editor October 28, 2020
Proposition 18 amends the California Constitution to permit 17-year-olds to vote in primary and special elections, with the expectation they will turn 18 by the next general election and otherwise be eligible to vote.
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REVIEW: “Knives Out”

“Knives Out” draws seasoned actors together for a thrilling experience.
Mikal Garcia, Staff Writer December 13, 2019
Staring Daniel Craig, Jamie Lee Curtis, Chris Evans, and and Michael Shannon, Knives Out is a mystery, comedy-thriller film.
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REVIEW: “Avengers: Endgame”

“Avengers: Endgame” marks the end of an era.
Mikal Garcia, Staff Writer December 11, 2019
Marvel brings back for the last time famous characters such as Tony Stark, Thor, Black Widow, Captain America and Bruce Banner, in the Avengers finale. #MikalsMovieRating 10/10
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REVIEW: “Countdown”

“Countdown” makes sure you always read your terms and conditions.
Mikal Garcia, Staff Writer December 10, 2019
“Countdown” makes sure you always read your terms and conditions. #MikalsMovieRating
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REVIEW: “Ford v Ferrari”

Matt Damon and Christian Bale delivered outstanding performances in “Ford v Ferrari”
Mikal Garcia, Staff Writer December 9, 2019
Taking place in Dearborn, Michigan, “Ford v Ferrari” told the story of the growth of Ford from a third-person perspective.
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A child rides a tricycle through a hallway.

REVIEW: “Doctor Sleep” is not a movie to be slept on

"Doctor Sleep" continues the story that began in the Stephen King film "The Shining"
Mikal Garcia, Staff Writer November 19, 2019

“Doctor Sleep” is a 2019 film directed by Mike Flanagan and stars Ewan McGregor. It's a continuation of Stephen King's "The Shining." Even if you haven't seen that film you've likely heard the line,...

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Actors rehearse on the set of She Kills Monsters.

REVIEW: Drama department slays in first performance of “She Kills Monsters”

The Drama Department at City College brought fantasy to life with their second performance of the semester.
Angel Cazares , Arts and Culture Editor October 28, 2019
In the world of fantasy, life can be whimsical. However, fantasy can also be cruel.
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Doctor Facilier and Black Panther from Cosplay at Long Beach Comic Expo 2014. Black fans exist and Hollywood should be courting that audience as much as they cater to other audiences. Photo courtesy of Flickr

“Marvel’s Black Panther” shifts a historically inaccurate rhetoric

CJ Stevenson, News Editior February 28, 2018

                      Towards the end of "Marvel's Black Panther", I was fighting back tears. You see,  Hollywood...

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“Batgirl” #41 variant cover by Rafael Albuquerque. Official image

No laughing matter

How a comic book cover pushed the limit and brought
 a much needed conversation of art to the forefront
Angelica Wallingford, Editor in Chief April 21, 2015

Art is something that is subjective. Not everyone is going to like every piece of literature, music, etc., that is out there. Chances are, if you gave a million people the exact same book, it would be...

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