The Posting POTUS: Where do we draw the line?

By: Morgan Thomas | Opinion Editor   &   Courtney McDonald | Writer May 24, 2018 With a new court ruling stating that President Trump cannot block critical users on his favorite social media platform, Twitter, a […]

A Woman’s Right to Choose

By: Savi Raghuraman | Student Life Editor & Lucy Terry | Student Life Editor May 9, 2018 While many anti-abortionists argue that from the moment of conception the unborn “child” deserves the same rights as […]

Addressing Orange County Homelessness

By: Jackson Hinkle | Writer May 30, 2018 Homelessness is not a crime. Unfortunately, as police continue to break up encampments and incarcerate the homeless population, they are restricting their access to social services, undercutting their […]

Why Community College Isn’t a Drag

By: Sydney Burns | Writer April 13, 2018 Dear Struggling Senior, As college acceptances are received by your peers and you know you’re headed for a community college, don’t lose hope in your “college experience” […]

The #MeToo Movement’s Work is Far From Over

By: Savi Raghuraman | Student Life Editor March 23, 2018 In October of last year, the Harvey Weinstein scandal shook Hollywood to its core, spurring survivors of sexual assault and harassment to come together to […]

Valentine’s Day is a Scam

By: Gavin Kelleher-Marciello | Editor in Chief February 14th, 2018 Once a year on February 14th, heart-shaped balloons flood grocery stores across the nation; cards with cheesy quotes pile up onto each other, and anyone […]

Women’s Rights are Human Rights

By: Flynn Lloyd | News Editor February 6, 2018 On January 20th, 2018, people from various communities marched, for the second year in a row, to protest women’s rights in today’s society. Although it’s disheartening […]

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