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Cal Poly racism affects decisions

“Growing up white and privileged, I was truly unaware of how insensitive I was to the racial implications of blackface.” In his apology letter printed in Mustang News, Kyler Watkins took on the air of a victim. Watkins, a senior at California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo (Cal …

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Do you even vape, bro? Teen vaping on a nationwide rise

While the rate of cigarette use has greatly decreased in recent years, it seems that a different tobacco product has taken its place. Vaping, or the administration of nicotine through an e-cigarette device, has become increasingly popular, especially with teens and young adults. According to the Office on Smoking and …

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The queens of MC

Senior Gabriella (Gaby) Sheffler and junior Tessa Tricarico stood on the grand stage of the Poway Centre for the Performing Arts on Saturday, March 25, in a moment of regal bliss. A spectrum of prismatic balloons cascaded down to the hems of their glittering evening gowns and peeking, painted toes …

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Downtown San Diego’s new bikes

While San Diego lacks an efficient public transit system, new dockless bikes make traveling across the city a new reality for many. Downtown San Diego was flooded with new technology, as dockless bikes from multiple companies such as LimeBike, Ofo, Bird, and Mobike took the city by storm on Feb. 15. These …

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MC new campus safety rules

With school safety being brought into national limelight, MC administration, has taken precautions  towards stronger campus safety. On March 14, the MC administration released a statement regarding new campus safety rules. The bulletin read: “First, the stairway along Carmel Mountain Road will be closed in the morning.  We will ask …

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Toys R no longer Us

Long gone are the days of filling shopping carts with old school Barbies and the latest Nerf Guns, as Toys R Us filed for bankruptcy at the end of last year, and announced the liquidation of one fifth of their  stores by the end of January 2019. The company believes …

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Escondido teen adds to death count of flu epidemic

Alexa Barbin, a 2017 graduate from Escondido High School, died on Friday, March 9 after contracting the Influenza B virus strain. The 19-year-old had not received her flu vaccination. As an adamant, past member of Escondido High’s Future Farmers of America program, Barbin possessed a deep love for flowers and …

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