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The Final Straw

Rising sea levels, tonnes of plastic in the ocean, and increasingly endangered species have lead to environmentally conscious activists saying enough is enough. Their take on the solution starts with daily coffee. Big corporations like Starducks have recently mandated new regulations that, according to Ashley Belvin, @sayno2plastic on twitter, will …

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The rise of Twitter’s white boys

Reddit has conspiracy theories, Instagram has food blogs, and Facebook has moms. But Twitter isn’t as clear who it’s targeted audience is for. Twitter rises as a haven for young, sleep-deprived, white guys who appear to catapult Twitter higher than other social media outlets.   Every month, an anonymous group …

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UC researchers have one-day strike

The struggle for better wages is a never-ending fight many Americans battle with all over the country. Here in southern California, research and technical workers unite  in solidarity to negotiate wage-increase and benefits. On Wed. March 20th, thousands of workers were a part of the one-day strike that took place …

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Brad is gaga for Gaga

The Oscar-nominated film A Star is Born, features the raw and passionate love story of Ally, played by world-renowned artist Lady Gaga, and Jackson Maine played by Bradley Cooper. Their on-screen love story felt real, and to some fans, it might even exist off the silver screen. With both actors …

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The dark secret of Iceberg farmers

Romaine lettuce, the lettuce equivalent to American cheese singles,  has been reported by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDCP) to have E. coli. The strain of bacteria can be contracted by being associated with cow manure or washed by contaminated water. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recommends that …

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The California primary elections

An important day for Californians is here, as the primary election on June 5, 2018 begins. The outcome will result in who will run for governor and includes many other open positions. Not to mention this election, Dianne Feinstein continues to run for Senate, after five consecutive wins. Out of …

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Ethical eating

A wave of vegans and green bank accounts have washed across America. The constant panic of using or consuming unethical products has dramatically increased over the last decade.  The capital of ethical consumption, also known as moral purchasing, happens to be Portland, OR with its infamous “keep Portland weird” slogan. …

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SD teacher arrested for distributing child porn

On April 19, David Gordon Weaks, a San Diego Unified School District (SDUSD) teacher, was arrested for distributing child porn. Officials found more than one computer and devices the 59-year-old had used to share the content. Weaks worked at Bayview Terrace Elementary School for 17 years. After it had closed …

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