25 Apr 2017

Graduation is Upon Us by Tamara Qutmiera

Graduation is finally upon us, and as someone who is finally walking that stage this coming May, I can honestly say that the stress, anxiety, and excitement is hitting at full force. I feel that I can speak for the graduating class when I say that this moment, the moment we walk...
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25 Apr 2017

Trump Response to Syrian Chemical Attack by Tamara Qutmiera

On April 4, 2017, Syrian President Bashar Assad, launched a chemical attack on Syrians, killing 86 people. In response, President Trump ordered a missile strike against Syria on Thursday, April 6, saying, “no child of God should ever suffer.” The 59 missiles, fired from the...
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06 Apr 2017

Virtual Reality by Tamara Qutmiera

The stuff you would dream about as a child is now tangible. Yes, you can put on a virtual reality headset and enter another world (you can even do so at the NDNU student success center). Yes, there are a multitude of VR video games in which you can get lost. But when will we see...
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06 Apr 2017

How the Internet is Affecting Students According to Them by Noah Sanchez

With laptops, iPads, and all other types of technology that has been created in this generation, education has changed according to the students themselves. “All of my homework needs to be done on the computer whether it is typing an essay or doing homework via a website online....
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29 Mar 2017

Updated “Muslim Ban” by Tamara Qutmiera

President Trump issued a replacement executive order in response to the protests and utter displeasure the people have shown regarding the original Muslim ban, which was executed on January 27, 2017. The original order barred all immigration for ninety days from seven...
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25 Mar 2017

The Grateful Garment Project by Noah Sanchez

Professor Richard Rossi’s Public Relations Cases and Campaigns class is currently working with the San Jose based non-profit organization The Grateful Garment Project. His class is planning and setting up a public relations campaign for the non-profit. “In this class, the...
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23 Mar 2017

Rising Issue of Hunger In College by Lupe Gutierrez

Hunger has become an issue within universities, for students are now starving themselves in order to pay for college expenses. They are reducing their personal expenses, in order to get through college. According to author Katy Murphy in a 2016 mercury news article she said th...
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