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Degrees for Dollars

JOSEPH NEY-JUN Staff Writer In the past decade, the U.S. unemployment rates have risen to their highest level since the recession of the 1980’s with an unemployment rate of 10.1 percent in Oct. 2009. As of February the current unemployment rate is 6.7 percent and slowly declining, but what caused …

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Are You Smarter Than A College Student?

JENNY LEE Features Editor Every child in present-day times is expected to attend college. Failing high school simply means going to community college. However, college is no cheap road and sometimes, students graduate college and obtain jobs that are irrelevant to their area of study. As students with a degree …

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Moor Views: What is your opinion on the proposal SCA-5? Why?

JANET GUAN Copy Editor Senate Constitutional Amendment No.5 (SCA-5) is currently one of the most controversial proposals, with each side debating whether or not the amendment is constitutional. The purpose of SCA-5 is to give voters a chance to repeal parts of Proposition 209, which bans California’s public employment, contracting …

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Moor Views: What is your opinion on the proposal SCA-5? Why?

KESIA ENG Sophomore “[…] the bill is making people believe that our race will more likely determine our acceptance into a school rather than our hard work and efforts put into our overall high school performance. Doesn’t it also destroy the “American Dream”? Some families have given up almost everything …

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Women’s Empowerment

REBECCA ZENG Staff Writer Disney Channel’s well known sitcom The Suite Life of Zack and Cody once said,“Girls can do anything boys can do, and [they] can do it while wearing high heels.” In the past, women’s roles were viewed unfairly: in ancient Rome, women were only seen as wives …

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