Eyewitnesses

KENNY SITU STAFF WRITER 41 year-old Richard Jones has been released from prison. After being wrongfully incarcerated for stealing a purse, Richard has finally gotten released after 17 years. An eyewitness had mistaken him for someone else. Along with the fact that 73 percent of innocent convicts are incarcerated due to faulty witnesses according to The Innocence Project. It is

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Catalan Independence

KATHERINE GONG STAFF WRITER On Oct. 31, Carles Puigdemont, president of the Catalan government, stated in a press conference that he would not seek asylum in Belgium. This potential threat against him comes in recent light of Catalonia’s attempt to seek independence from Spain. A region in the northeastern part of the country, the polls have shown that around 48.7%

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The Talk In Communications classes

BINTA DIALLO, LEANNA ANG STAFF WRITER In order to become successful in this competitive world, speaking and being able to clearly communicate with others is crucial. The ability to interact with others is essential to being successful in both the workforce and an individual’s daily life; therefore, assigning at least one year of communications class in high schools should most

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Small Crimes In A Small World

JANET YU STAFF WRITER When someone thinks of a politician, most people expect them to be an exceptionally great person because they are the ones who decide the future of the nation and its people. If a politician is associated with the word “criminal,” most people would not trust them or even want them in office. However, politicians are human

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Indigenous People’s Day

IVAN HOE STAFF WRITER The month of October has some very prominent celebrations; for example, Halloween, where people can spend the night collecting sweets and dress up in their favorite costumes. Halloween gradually evolved from the sacred holiday All Saints Day, which was moved from earlier in the year to the first of November. However, not all of the holidays

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Olympic Safety

KATHERINE GONG STAFF WRITER The 2018 Winter Olympics will be held in Pyeongchang, South Korea. The competitions, which are set to occur in February, are estimated to cost over ten billion dollars. For seventeen days, South Korea will welcome around three thousand athletes from nearly one hundred countries. However, with recent political turmoil over South Korea’s presidency and protests, some

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Another sip of Joe

JULIANNA VALDIVIA STAFF WRITER Globally, an average of 1.4 billion cups of coffee are poured every day. According to CNN article, adding basic coffee creamers can lead to heart disease and type 2 diabetes. Body fat can be come from sweetened coffee. For the people that like to have multiple cups a day, the risks of heart disease increases as

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Just Brew It

CISALIS FLORES-RIO STAFF WRITER Drinking coffee may be considered a habit, but to many, it is almost an addiction. Some just cannot seem to start their morning off without that deep strong flavor. Over the years, this delightful beverage has grown in popularity and has been expanded into a collection of flavors. The most popular types of coffee include the

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Food Vendors Bringing Something New

Recently a vote has been passed in Los Angeles allowing street vendors to sell freely without being fined. Vendors provide access to basic necessities, reduce crime according to an article by CNN and do not need much money to run. Thus, regulation of street vendors should also be suppressed in other cities because fines can lead to criminal charges causing

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