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Chabad of Poway Synagogue Shooting

On Saturday, April 27th one woman was killed and three people injured at the Chabad of Poway synagogue in an act of religious intolerance motivated by white supremacy. The victims were celebrating the last day of Passover when a 19-year-old man opened fire, using an  AR-15 style assault rifle. Six …

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Jaden Smith? more like Jaden Flint.

While Governor Rick Snyder debuted the Flint Water Crisis in 2014, celebrity, Jaden Smith, plans to end it in 2019. After almost five years, people have began to realize that it’s going to take more than just bulk water bottle packs from Costco to solve the issue. Prior to 2014, …

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Canada? More like Cannabis.

In the race to become the most affluent nation in the world, Canada has taken the lead with its recent legalization of recreational marijuana. While many Californians believe their laws on weed are a luxury, they might reconsider moving up north after Oct. 17th. While 30 American states have legalized …

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Coyotes attempt to reclaim their home

Coyotes have recently made avid attempts to reclaim the neighborhoods of Carmel Mountain Ranch. In the midst of their efforts, they are threatening the lives of the community’s pets as restitution. According to CBS8, dogs have been targeted since the neighborhood was built. However, in the past few months, the …

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Just burn it

Most children are taught to avoid fighting fire with fire, however, it seems like some adults need a quick refresher on this lesson, too. In an attempt to show their disapproval of the brand’s new “Just Do It” advertisement featuring Colin Kaepernick, hyper-conservatives have been  deliberately burning their Nike sneakers. …

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He leads with his heart: Alpha Film Review

“He leads with his heart, not his spear”. Alpha- the leader of a wolf pack, the elite, and conveniently the title of  the 2018 film independently directed by Albert Hughes and written Daniele Sebastian Wiedenhaupt. This equally eye catching and thought provoking story, set in tribal times, schools the audience …

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Last season for the seniors

As baseball comes to an end, seniors Chase Swendrowski, Tanner Wood, and Alek Dubney reflect upon their season. “There’s something about being a senior when you play, it just feels different,” Dubney said. Dubney, who played catcher, third baseman, and pitcher, believes that this was the best season he played …

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