Over a recent long weekend, I went to Washington, D.C. with my roommate. Before my trip, I planned and researched information on websites and East Coast tour books. The first thing I did was reserve a Megabus ticket. It’s a 10-hour bus ride from here to Washington. It was tiring, but worth it. Here are […]

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1. Charlie Brown (“The Peanuts”) Charlie Brown didn’t go back and teach us about the Constitution for us to not use our constitutional right to vote. We also didn’t spend all those years rewatching “The Birth of the Constitution: This is America Charlie Brown” for nothing, either. Charlie and his friends would have been tremendously […]

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This November will be full of new releases, including heart-wrenching stories, both true and fictional, that will make you think. As you’re planning your weekends up to the holiday season, watch these dramas, memoirs and documentaries. I dare you not to be inspired and moved. 1. “Loving” (Nov. 4) Mildred and Richard Loving married in […]

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In his now-infamous aside, professional tantrum-thrower Donald Trump decided it would be appropriate to call his opponent Hillary Clinton a “nasty woman” in the same debate that he declared, “Nobody has more respect for women than I do.” “Nasty women are tough, nasty women are smart and nasty women vote!” Senator Elizabeth Warren said at […]

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Momentum is the quantity of motion of a moving body, measured as a product of its mass and velocity. “Momentum” is the key word of the status of Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign, which is one for the textbooks. Overcoming the odds, Sanders swept all three Democratic caucuses Saturday in Alaska, Washington and Hawaii. During a rally […]

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When I think of Diane von Furstenberg, I automatically think of the wrap dress. When it came to fruition in 1974, the wrap dress was a game changer. It served as a symbol of power and independence for women all around the world. By 1976, von Furstenberg had already sold over one million of these […]

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With daylight saving time passed, inquisitive minds may wonder why it’s even in place. It’s such a hassle to change clocks twice every year and to lose a whole hour of sleep in the spring. That averages to 9.9 seconds of lost sleep every night. No wonder I’m so tired all of the time. It […]

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Lily Purqurian, Staff Writer @lilypurq As anti-abortion activists marched through Washington, D.C. on Thursday for the annual March for Life, Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives passed a measure limiting federal funding for abortions. And this was the moderate alternative. Late Wednesday night, an anti-abortion bill — banning abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy, with […]

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By Devon Delfino, Staff Writer @devondelfino According to a recent article in The Daily Caller, a couple of students at an Washington high school wore Confederate flags to school in order to protest the gay rainbow flag that another student had reportedly been donning for the past two weeks. Growing up in close proximity to […]

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By Ryan Galindo, Staff Writer @rygalindo I’d never been on a road trip before, unless you consider driving from one end of Guam to the other in roughly one hour a road trip. This past weekend, I went to Washington, D.C. I was nothing short of excited to go on this trip, being that it […]

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