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The beauty of Korean Pop

The popular outburst of the infamous culture of Korean Pop music, or most widely known, K-Pop, has affected all countries around the world. According to billboard.com, K-Pop has been extremely prominent on social media and has created stans, or overzealous and obsessive fans of a particular celebrity, from people of …

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Olympic Ice Dancers fall to last place

American couple Madison Chock and Evan Bates took a drastic fall in their ice dance free skate on Feb. 19 at the Pyeongchang Olympics.  Even before skating, the pair knew that they wanted their routine to inspire their audience with a message of hope and togetherness. Skating to John Legend’s …

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Elise Christie’s Olympic nightmare

Elise Christie, British short track speed skater, arrived to the Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea as a competitor for gold in three short track events: the 500, 1000, and 1500 meter race. Unfortunately, Christie is leaving the Games empty-handed due to an alarming crash in the 500m race, leaving her …

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Hippo Campus at the House of Blues

Eager fans ranging from pre-teens to millenials  lined up around the block of Downtown San Diego ready to hear the fresh indie rock band, Hippo Campus, perform at the House of Blues on Jan. 25. To start the night off, alternative pop/alternative rock band, Sure Sure, opened up by entertaining …

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Black Mirror: Season 4

The end of a tumultuous year was heralded by the equally twisted and entertaining premiere of the fourth season of Black Mirror. “Black Mirror” is a British Netflix production revolving around the sci-fi twist of technology in the alternative present or future, and each episode contains an intense brain squeezer. …

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The End of the F***ing World

Released on Jan. 5, 2018, Netflix original series “The End of the F**cking World”, has been catching the attentions of fans, including mine. With the luring dark but comedic plot of a 17 year old outcast, James, played by Alex Lawther, he believes he is a crazed psychopath with a …

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What is college without fraternities?

College, where the lives of stressed young adults get an education, where endless amounts of money is spent, and where recently departed high-school students exhibit freedom after 12 years of school restrictions. Resulting in routine studying and a constant lack of sleep, students look forward to renowned parties to be …

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Mudslides through Montecito

The heavy rainfall on Tuesday caused rivers of mud and debris to run through Santa Barbara County, destroying homes in the Montecito community, leaving 15 people dead, 48 people severely injured, and many missing. The continuously growing inch per hour was one of the main causes of this natural disaster. …

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#FreeCyntoiaBrown

#FreeCyntoiaBrown. This simple hashtag has gone  viral through posts tagged by  A-list celebrities and the contentious issue itself. 29-year-old Cyntoia Brown has been sentenced to a life in prison after killing  43 year old Nashville man, Johnny Allen. Brown lived a childhood of physical and emotional abuse, drugs, rape, and …

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C/O 2021 leaving a legacy

 As the 2017-2018 school year begins, the class of 2021 readily prepares for their high school journey with their new class presidents leading the way. Freshman President, Dakota Landry, and Freshman Vice President, Kyle Wood, are the first two males to be serving a class position in ASB history. “In …

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