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Editorial: It’s Not One Sided

October 3, 2019

President Donald Trump has had a controversial run during his three years in office. But with the allegations and potential investigation on Trump, and his lack of cooperation, the idea has been thrown around once again. Whether this investigation or impeachment will go through, only time will tell. But with the idea of impeachment...

Online Dating Sucks

Online Dating Sucks

October 3, 2019

It’s getting to be that time of year, the Fall and Winter seasons. This is the time of year that most...

Sleep Is Important: Practice better sleeping habits so you can be a productive and happy college student

Sleep Is Important: Practice better sleeping habits so you can be a productive and happy college student

October 3, 2019

Students who get more sleep will feel better on campus If there is something that a lot of us have...

3 ways you can change gatherings to be more meaningful.

I-Wei Chang, Staff Writer

October 3, 2019

In our daily lives, there are many opportunities to participate in gatherings. Gatherings in which we perhaps meet different people and socialize on a birthday party, or gatherings like at the end of a meeting in a company without any results due to conflicts. Normally, we seem to match different gathering forms with specific...

From diverse to divided

From diverse to divided

September 23, 2019

We only think we’ve been divided on our socio-economic backgrounds, political views and ethnicity....

Take a Break From Instagram

Calixto Reyes, TSV Staff Writer

September 12, 2019

Taking a break from Instagram could make you feel better! Have you ever went out to brunch with a group of friends? Perhaps you guys went to Kitchen Story in San Francisco’s historic Castro neighborhood. You order your food, the food arrives. Suddenly, everyone starts taking pictures of their open-face breakfast plate. Your...

The Heart and the Fist: The issue behind the triggers

Mark David Magat, Interim Editor in Chief

September 12, 2019

In the wake of the mass shooting problem in the U.S., gun control has been a hot topic of debate. Even though the U.S. has a gun problem, the issue does not stop simply with getting rid of weapons of mass harm, but also by reforming how the country deals with educating children, especially how young men are being raised. Gun...

Our citizenship is not the census’s business

May 5, 2019

Introducing the citizenship question to the census would lead to systematic fear through generations of immigrant communities, which would negatively impact the way our nation governs for decades. With the 2020 census looming, the Supreme Court has to decide whether to allow the Trump administration’s plan to add the citizenship...

Don’t Take Things for Granted

Larissa Barreto Cavalcante, Staff Writer

May 2, 2019

As homesickness hits hard, I can only think about all those things we are used taking for granted. When we have someone in our life, and they have always been there, it sometimes may feel like a routine that we do not make anything special out of it. It also happens with things or places. We may only realize how something is...

You had 8 Years

You had 8 Years

May 2, 2019

Beware of spoilers. "Game of Thrones" is halfway through its eighth and final season after eight long...

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