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Sofia Minich

Sofia Minich
Sofia Minich is a junior and the news and features editor of the MC SUN. She spends her time watching TED talks and reading books about being productive and focusing- while conveniently ignoring her homework.

What you don’t know about China

“Humane job-training centers”-the label China gives to its Muslim internment camps, according to the New York Times. These camps are supposedly intended to educate Chinese Muslim residents and contain terrorism; Chinese government even goes as far as to classify prisoners as “students”. According to The Guardian, when the United Nations …

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Terrorism does not have a race or religion

  On Feb. 15, Coast Guard lieutenant Christopher Paul Hasson was arrested and charged with both gun and drug offenses, but much is currently left uncovered. Hasson has been labeled “crazy,” a “lunatic,” and a “nihilist” by media sources such as Washington Examiner, but in actuality, he is much more. …

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Teen triple homicide in Tijuana

17 year old Christopher Alexis Gomez, 17 year old Angel Said Robles  and 18 year old Juan Suarez-Ojeda were found in their underwear, tortured, and had been shot in the head in Tijuana on Sunday, Nov. 25. “[The San Diegans] did not live there, but they came to visit family …

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McDonald’s employees have had enough.

Small, monumental steps forward signified the continuation of the #MeToo movement, but this time in the fast food industry. On September 18, McDonald’s workers in ten different cities across the nation went on strike. This strike was to protest sexual harassment in the workplace. The employees walked out during their …

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The sudden appreciation of the dead (and Obama)

“Appreciate what you have before it becomes what you had,”- a mantra persuasively spoken to people who may be consistently taking aspects of their life for granted. We see this concept alive in our society every single day. Whenever a politician leaves office, or a celebrity dies, they are suddenly …

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U.S. practice of torture violates human rights

The rack, the tub, rat torture, waterboarding: all techniques designed to push or break the humane limits of a person, for personal gain. Whether it be for information or ulterior motives, torture is not humane and never will be. Torture is prohibited under international law set by the United Nations …

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Cross Country runners kick asphalt

Feet pounding, chest tight, sides cramping, lungs telling you to stop; all these flee from mind at the sound of fellow teammates cries of encouragement. The final stretch, the last 200 meters, where runners think, “I am going to collapse”, and maybe they do, but not before they cross that …

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Justice League provided no justice

Watching the first few minutes of Justice League, I was impressed. The quality, casting, sound, and script were all executed well, however,  the costumes and camera angles left me disappointed, but not surprised. In Wonder Woman, the empowering Amazons are a brave army of women ready to take on any …

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