20 Mar 2017

Reopening of Ralston Hall by Abriana Arzaga

Ralston Hall is expected to reopen in 2018.             President Judith Maxwell announced that the Ralston Hall Mansion will reopen in late 2018. Built in 1868, was bought by NDNU in 1923. In 2012, the mansion was closed down for seismic retrofitting.It is estimated that the...
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13 Mar 2017

California Now Hoping For A Break From Heavy Rainfall by Tamara Qutmiera

200,000 Northern California residents lived and were evacuated for fear that the eroding wall that holds the water back from the Oroville Dam, will crumble and wash them away. The Oroville lake reservoir behind the Oroville dam is overflowing and threatening to blow. Reservoirs...
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12 Mar 2017

The Greatness That Was the 2016 Sports Season by Ryan Malley

If you have been on social media over the past year, you have probably seen a post or two titled “2016 is the Worst Year Ever.” While there have been a list of things that may not have gone your way in 2016, this past sports year has given us plenty to be thankful for. 2016 was...
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07 Mar 2017

Black Student Union by Marypaz Hermosillo

February is Black History Month and NDNU’s Black Student Union hosts many events to celebrate. The purpose of these events is to educate other NDNU students about the history of African Americans in the United States.   “To me it means a month to recognize and appreciate all...
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04 Mar 2017

Las Vegas Raiders by Andrew English

Although the N.F.L. is still wary of gambling and its potential influence on games, the league has dismissed those concerns in order for the Oakland Raiders to move forward to move to Sin City in the very near future. On Thursday January 19, the Oakland Raiders applied to...
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04 Mar 2017

The Burden on a Referee’s Back by Charlie Esquivel

A team winning or losing is often in the hands of referees, not just the players. There is an enormous amount of pressure dealt with by referees from making correct decisions, consistently being analysed and criticized, to being threatened with their lives. Referees must make...
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03 Mar 2017

Tom Brady; San Mateo’s hometown hero by John Schrup

On February 3rd, 2017, Tom Brady became the only quarterback in NFL history to win 5 Super Bowl rings. This feat has Brady in the discussion for being the best quarterback of all time and possible in NFL history. “I would have thought he was an all American in high school and the...
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