What you wear to Coachella matters more

What you wear to Coachella matters more

May 12, 2015

I remember seeing clips of Woodstock on MTV when I was growing up. Everyone looked like a hippie and shared a raw passion for the musical skill that performers... Read more »

Editorial: Out of bounds

David Pradel, Sports Editor

May 12, 2015

Filed under Opinion

At a time where race and law enforcement seem to be in the news for all the wrong reasons, yet another was possibly added here in San Diego as students for the broadcast news show “Newscene” may have experienced a racial profiling incident that has caused an extreme load of stress and worry. Earlier last month, student journalists were recording footage outside the FBI... Read more »

Study Hours: The missing buzzer

David Pradel, Sports Editor

May 12, 2015

Filed under Opinion

Why is it that the community colleges, which have the word community in them, lack in bringing the community closer? You would think the athletics program at community colleges would offer something different for sports lovers in the community, but instead it seems as if it is pushed to the side and is belittled by the San Diego media outlets as they play watchdog for the... Read more »

Racial shots outside the boxing ring

Richard Lomibao, Opinion Editor

May 12, 2015

Filed under Opinion

The hype of the century, since Tyson and Holyfield or Muhammad and Joe Frazier, the fight between Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather was destined to be a classic told by the media and sold by the drama. It was a fight you could say that should of already happened, but with boxing politics and money-hungry promotion teams couldn’t lock down any deal sooner. With two fighters... Read more »

$25 a month for love that felt like a toy

$25 a month for love that felt like a toy

Laura Sanchez, Associate Editor

April 21, 2015

Filed under Opinion

Let’s rewind to the annual love craze holiday. The month in which heart-shaped boxes flood every shopping center, only to be reminded that you have no... Read more »

No laughing matter

No laughing matter

Angelica Wallingford, Editor in Chief

April 21, 2015

Filed under Opinion

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... Read more »

Invisible Partner Inc. might be the future of online dating

Torrey Spoerer

April 21, 2015

Filed under Opinion

Typically, the modern-day dating options for a gay man with limited time and a phone have often been soul-mate-seeking websites such as OkCupid, or no-strings-attached messaging apps such as Grindr, Scruff or Jack’d. But what if all I needed was an imitation to entertain me enough to get by with day-to-day single life? Or maybe I had friends or family... Read more »

In Yeezus we trust

Franchesca Walker, Co-Arts & Features Editor

April 21, 2015

Filed under Opinion

The hype centered around the musician turned designer Kanye West is endless as new stories develop about him within the hour. There's news coverage about his every move and what he says, specifically about his project with Adidas, upcoming music and unfiltered behavior are all seen on websites such as Hypebeast and Complex Magazine, and acquiring online retailer Karmaloop.... Read more »

Editorial: The costs of going to school

Franchesca Walker, Co-Arts & Features Editor

April 21, 2015

Filed under Opinion

There’s a great pressure for young adults to attend college and pursue a bachelor’s degree or higher. Oftentimes, one may be looked down upon for not working toward a degree and stereotyped as not doing anything with your life because of not going to school. However, attending college often means signing up for student loans that pay for tuition and other expenses while... Read more »

Letter to the editor: Soviet posters showcased skewed views of socialism

Angelica Wallingford

April 21, 2015

Filed under Opinion

Dear Editor: The recent exhibit of Soviet posters at our fine art gallery on campus was a celebration of the restoration of capitalism of the former Soviet Union and the policies under the Gorbachev and Regan administrations that preceded it. These posters had previously toured the U.S. in the early 1990s with the aid of the Russian and American governments during the perestroika... Read more »