Daily Archives: September 26, 2012

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A tasty alternative to tiresome fast food

  In an attempt to provide a solution for the value menu monotony inflicted upon most students by fast food empires, I set out to review local, independently owned Cafe Cola, conveniently located just down the street in Azusa. What started as a standard restaurant review is now unfortunately serving as sort of a farewell…

Editor’s corner: Blown call

For 20 out of its 24 hours, Monday Sept. 24 was a regular day. I have to mention I’m as addicted to sports as my mother is to “Dancing with the Stars.” Ask either one of us, and we’ll tell you the other is beyond saving. So I was thankful that the Clarion staff finished…

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Prop 30 is the only option for schools

Community colleges statewide have been publicly showing their support for Gov. Jerry Brown’s tax initiative, also known as Proposition 30. If voters approve the measure, the state sales tax would rise from 7.25 percent to 7.5 percent from Jan. 1, 2013 to Jan. 1, 2017. In addition, income taxes for residents making more than $250,000…

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Out of excuses, register to vote

As students and Americans we have the right to vote for the candidates and propositions that can change how the country is run for its people. Are you registered to vote? According to Kim Alexander, president of the California Voter Foundation, 6.5 million Californians are eligible but unregistered to vote. We complain about how the…