Friday, June 5, 2020

Column: Letter from an essential worker

Please stay home. If you won't do it for yourself, do it for your parents. Do it for your grandparents. Do it for the healthcare...

Con: Keep the aisles open

During quarantine people tend to get bored rather fast because there is only so much one can do. Stores such as Target, Walmart and grocery...

Pro: Close non-essential sections

At the risk of spreading COVID-19 further, essential businesses should consider closing their non-essential sections to limit the amount of people spending time in...

Column: Bittersweet farewell

It's strange to realize that I'm going to end my community college journey inside of my home, sitting on my couch dressed in my...

Column: Dreaming of a graduation

I feel that my accomplishments were taken away from me, and all the hard work my parents put in to watch their daughter graduate...

Request for deadline extensions

The shift to online classes in response to the pandemic was unexpected and a drastic change for those attending a college or university. For those...

Column: Let’s honor essential workers

From administering prescriptions to restocking goods, these are the types of people that should be commemorated. These workers need to be celebrated, because without them...

Column: Bored in the house

There’s an old adage that goes “I’m bored in the house and I’m in the house bored,” which many college students, such as myself,...

Student Zoom time

While in quarantine, people are looking for ways to bring a sense of normalcy to their lives. Students are no different. To recreate the feeling of...

Con: Keep States Closed

The coronavirus has caused the majority of the world to go into quarantine. The state of California and its counties has a Safer at Home...

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