Has YouTube Become A Content Cesspool?

Leonel Veizaga, Staff Writer

January 19, 2018


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Over the past year, the video-sharing website known as YouTube has come under tons of fire due to many of the controversies that took place in 2017. Ranging from the algorithm change to multiple videos and channels getting demonetized, so much drama revolving around the Paul brothers (to the point wher...

North Korea’s okay with sending athletes to South Korea Olympics Blog

Brendan Davis, Staff Writer

January 19, 2018


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On January 9th, South Korea will be holding the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang, North Korea has agreed to come forth and send some of the countries officials and athletes. It had been announced on Tuesday, it was the first high-level conversations between the countries in over two years. ...

Ugandan Knuckles: How the First Major Meme of 2018 took the Internet By Storm

Leonel Veizaga, Staff Writer

January 12, 2018


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If there's any meme that has skyrocketed to massive popularity faster than "Ugandan Knuckles," you might want to rethink that. Over the past two weeks, various platforms of social media have been invaded by people who use phrases like "do you know the way?" and make clicking noises. The meme has gotten ...

Mudslides Cause Wreckage; Missing People Numbers Rise

Laura Powell, Layout Artist

January 12, 2018


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Southern California towns are left in ruins as destructive mudslides have occurred across the state, leaving families and friends scattered and distraught. The reason this massive mudslide transpired was because of a combination of heavy rainfall and hillsides. The water was reported to be falling ...

NCAA College Football Championship

Joseph Kratz, Managing Editor

January 11, 2018


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This past Monday, fans of college football were pinned to their television sets. The NCAA Division One FBS Championship took place between the University of Alabama Roll Tide and the University of Georgia Bulldogs. Both teams earned their spot in the final after winning their respective semifina...

NFL Preview: Divisional Round

Jason Darling, Sports Editor

January 11, 2018


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It has been an exciting year in the NFL for sure, but it is winding down. There are only eight teams left with a shot at the Super Bowl, and that will be narrowed down to only four after this weekend. This weekend, there are two games on Saturday, and two more on Sunday. The first game on Saturday...

Broncos look to square up against Colts tonight

Adam Bihi, News & Opinion Editor

December 14, 2017


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Tonight at 8:30 PM EST on NBC,  The surprisingly underachieving Denver Broncos face off against the struggling Indianapolis Colts  in a game that most people expect to be a boring, low scoring game, an unusual trait of describing Thursday Night Football games as most of them have been high scoring,...

Different Impacts of the Obamacare Repeal

Jasmyne Singleton, Editor In Chief

December 11, 2017


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The biggest impact to former President Obamas’ Obamacare, happened recently when the Republicans under the U.S. Senate had finalized their repeal of the requirement that all Americans obtain health insurance. For those who don’t know or understand what this act does and entitles, Obamacare, or...

Is Reading the News Bad for You?

Miracle Huff, Staff Writer

December 8, 2017


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Many of us start the day by going onto our social media pages and thinking  about the things that goes on in our worlds at this moment. But will looking at the news effect people mentally? A lot of people watch the news because they like to know what is going on in the world around them. But some people...

Is TV Becoming Obsolete?

Noel Mikkelsen, Layout Artist

December 6, 2017


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The first TV was shown in San Francisco in 1927 by 21-year-old, Philo Farnsworth and was only able to depict a line using scanned images with a beam of electrons. Although it was displayed so long ago, television didn’t start to gain popularity until the 1940s after it had gained some technologica...

World Cup 101

Jocelyn Arraya, Layout Artist

November 29, 2017


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With the 2018 FIFA World Cup coming in June, here’s what you need to know. For the 2018 World Cup, out of the thirty two qualifying teams five are from Africa, five are from Asia, thirteen are from Europe, three are from North and Central America along with the Caribbean, and five are from South America...

Bronco’s Talib, Raider’s Crabtree Fight Their Way To Suspensions

Quinn Padovani, Layout Artist

November 28, 2017


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In Sunday's week 12 NFL matchup between the Denver Broncos and Oakland Raiders tensions got more than a bit heated. Only 3 minutes into the game, Aqib Talib and Michael Crabtree were lined up on opposing sides on the trenches as if it were any other play of the game, but apparently it was not. As the b...

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