Daily Archives: August 29, 2013

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A long term solution to beat textbook prices

Textbooks cause extensive damage to student budgets every semester. Art Corral, 31, president of the honor society Alpha Gamma Sigma, believes that publishers have strong-armed the market into overpricing textbooks. “I have every bit of confidence that if the school could, they would sell us books at a much cheaper price,” Corral said. Despite this,…

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Man vs Bus

California drivers have it pretty rough don’t they? Anyone who has had to deal with rush hour traffic will tell you that an hour sitting on the freeway or gridlocked in an intersection is an exercise in will power to not just pull your head off your body. How do they ever cope? The distance…

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Be a full time student and worker

Chaffey College has published research based on the 2011-2012 student worker academic performance. That study showed that student workers had a cumulative GPA of 2.74 while non-student workers had a cumulative GPA of 2.39. The biggest argument against working while going to college is the fear of a drop in academic performance and statistics have…

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Album Review: Radio Clarion

  Letlive – “The Blackest Beautiful” (Epitaph): Anyone who happens to catch this Los Angeles post hardcore band live can tell you Letlive are a tremendous powerhouse of energy and bring such an unrivaled intensity to the stage. With the band’s third album, “The Blackest Beautiful,” the bands has captured their energetic stage presence and…

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A new outlook for men’s soccer team

In recent times, the men’s soccer team has formed a habit of losing, this season they are determined to break that habit. Entering his 16th season as the head coach, Fred Bruce-Oliver believes a change in formation will produce positive results. “We are going to change things up,” said Bruce-Oliver. With a record of 4-12-4…