Daily Archives: December 3, 2015

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Opinion: Tip your waiter

What I am about to say is pretty simple: tip your servers after your meal. Although the polite gesture of leaving a few extra dollars on the diner table is second nature to many, it remains up for debate whether it’s morally a necessity. I know what you’re thinking, this has nothing to do with…

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Opinion: It’s okay not to be okay

Photo: Chaicounselors.org   It took me four years to accept the fact that I was depressed, that I am depressed. The social pressure that we place on individuals to act, seem and be mentally stable is a direct factor in the counter-productive reality of our nation’s mental health progress. As we feel the need to…

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Opinion: Solidarity with France

The attacks on the people of France, though tragic, will not destroy the spirit of perseverance or Parisian way of life. The Islamic State coordinated six attacks in Paris on Nov. 13, killing 129 people and injured 352 through shootings and bombings. French President Francois Hollande announced a state of emergency and that France’s borders…

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Editorial: This is not a drill

The significance an emergency drill’s importance on campus is called into attention as the number of mass shootings and vicious attacks across the nation rises. With over 300 mass shootings this year alone, 23 of which have occurred on college campuses, according to the Mass Shooting Tracker, it is evident that earthquakes should not be…

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Opinion: Hunger for education, success and food

Food insecurity among college students is not only an issue for the individual student, but a student equity issue that each institution must tackle head on. Although it is easy to assume that financial aid or parental support would cover the costs of college students finding food to eat between classes, the reality is much…

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Opinion: Annual concerts would increase income

Citrus College should hold annual concerts to provide entertainment for students. Citrus has gone without concerts for too long and students deserve to attend at least one concert a year like Universities of California and California State colleges. Students do not get to live the full college experience because of this lack of entertainment. Students…