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Everything But the Double Tap.

Daniel Ossa, Staff Writer

November 25, 2019

Instagrams has been for months, testing in different countries, the "likes" elimination on the platform, and our country is next. The platform has been testing the possibility of making Likes private in a number of countries this year. "We are expanding to include those tests in the U.S. next week. Looking forward to the feedback...

Editorial: Voting Matters, Do Your Research

November 25, 2019

You’ve heard many people tell you that voting matters. And truly, it does. Voting matters so much so because it is your vote that can impact change. Many countries around the globe do not allow their citizens to vote. And not too long ago, women couldn’t vote. Even today, there are some restrictions on who can vote...

Stoners Vs Alcoholics Treating dangerous substances with equality

Mark David Magat, Editor At Large

November 25, 2019

We’ve all heard all of the stereotypes of alcoholics and stoners, alcoholics being loud and rude, maybe even being violent, and stoners being calm yet over the top with where their minds wanders off to. And for the most part, these assumptions true. Talking to a designated sober person in any party situation can offer a lot...

Death By A Chicken Sandwich

Death By A Chicken Sandwich

November 25, 2019

Yes, it is back, the infamous Popeyes Chicken Sandwich. I’ve personally never had it before, but I...

We do not want to over stay our welcome at The Good Place

We do not want to over stay our welcome at The Good Place

November 25, 2019

On June 7, 2019 Michael Schur announced that upcoming fourth season of his highly praised show the Good...

Life After College: Communication & Relationships

Calixto Reyes, Opinions Editor

October 25, 2019

We have all had that friend that graduated college and wondered why they still landed a crumby job at the end of it all. The truth of the matter is that you could have the best grades, answer every question correctly, but if you do not have the ability to create relationships and be an effective communicator, chances are ...

Never Shame the Seasons of Celebration: Why celebrating holidays is still cool as an adult

Mark David Magat, Editor at Large

October 25, 2019

Picture this: back in the days before your teens, before the weight of responsibility and duty were present, or at least not in the limelight as it is now. Around this time of year, maybe you would be excited; trying on new costumes,planning out routes that will bring you the most candy, maybe carving pumpkins into scary or ...

Editorial: Being A Skyline College Student

October 25, 2019

There is a certain tension in classrooms here at Skyline College. It seems like most students come to school, do what they need to do for themselves, and then leave without interacting with anyone in their classes. Everyone comes to school and then leaves as if they want to get out as fast as they can. Professors tend to thi...

The Importance of Establishing a Nighttime Routine

Misha Berman, Copy Editor

October 25, 2019

It can be hard to establish a nighttime routine such as showering, brushing our teeth and washing our face as college students. We often have homework assignments, readings and many of us work on top of taking classes, so it can be hard to establish a regular nighttime routine because students tend to fall asleep after study...

Telling Stories Like Old

Mark David Magat, Editor at Large

October 23, 2019

Lou Bloom. Travis Bickle. Arthur Fleck. Characters who you see on screen and you don’t know how to feel about them. Should we feel sympathy? Hatred? Pitty? Stories of old and stories replicating them leave a lot to the viewer's imagination and gives the audience a part to play in building the narrative of the story. A lot...

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