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Opinion: Swipe Right for Chlamydia

The rise in sexually transmitted diseases throughout California has seen an increase that can be attributed to the oversexualization of youth being brought forth by sexually charged applications such as Tinder, Grindr, and Craigslist personals. As reported by NPR, the rise in STDs in California is at an all-time high. The 2015 STD Surveillance Report…

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We learn on the same playing field

Although four-year schools get all the media hype, many high school graduates head right into a two-year institution. People often think that students go to a community college because a four-year school did not accept them or they aren’t driven to succeed. This is wrong. A year or two in community college may be necessary…

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OPINION: Stuck in the middle

Getting accepted into college can be one of the most exciting life events the average student can experience, until they realize they have to pay. There needs to be more financial help for students from middle class families than need-based scholarships. It starts with joy: having finally received the acceptance letter to your dream school….

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Editorial: See something, say something

Sexual harassment happens too often at public institutions and anyone dealing with sexual harassment on or off campus needs to know one thing: It is not your fault. Please find the courage to come forward with any information if you have witnessed or fallen victim to any type of sexual harassment. On Jan. 27, Citrus…

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Opinion: Don’t be Trumped

I’ve wanted to ask what I think has been on a lot of mind’s lately. Is Donald Trump really going to be the next president of these United States of America? He very well may be if you don’t visit the voting booth on Tuesday, November 8. You’ll either think “how could of this happened?”…

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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…