Download http://bigtheme.net/joomla Free Templates Joomla! 3
Home / Tag Archives: San Diego

Tag Archives: San Diego

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 …

Read More »

It’s not fake, it’s biased

Bias and political journalism go hand in hand. While the political pendulum from right to left is easy to detect, what often is underlying in most articles are subtle techniques journalists use that implicitly create a partisan-based political ping-pong game. Respectively, the goal political journalists work to achieve is ideally …

Read More »

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 …

Read More »

New responsibilities over old memories

With third trimester ending  the school year, students walk around seeing faces and names they heard almost everyday, but they may have noticed a new and friendly face roaming around campus in a campus security golf cart or at the gate entries. Getting  a “hi” as you walk by, or …

Read More »

A Miraculous Homerun

Loud exuberant applause filled the stands as the Jungle Poppins, a band of Miracle League players, filled the air with music and pure unadulterated joy. The band  performed at the Miracle League of San Diego, a nonprofit organization where special needs kids and young adults play organized baseball with the …

Read More »

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 …

Read More »

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. …

Read More »

Miss Vietnam in America

The start of February becomes very prominent in Vietnamese culture due to the Lunar New Year. It allows those who are part of the Vietnamese culture and those who are not to witness the rich culture promoted. In San Diego, the Tet Festival allows those of our community to partake …

Read More »

Lockdown

On January 17, 2019, a lockdown took place at Mt. Carmel High School. “Attention Mt. Carmel students and staff we are now on lockdown,” Principal Greg Magno said over the intercom. With students relying on one another for the latest news, word spread fast. However, faculty remained informed as the …

Read More »

Kim K.W. and Kanye West’s Genius Move

“No, Yeah, like, If third time’s the charm then, what extra luck could a fourth time bring?” Kim Kardashian-West said. According to E! News, Kim was with her sisters, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen when he asked about the baby rumors. Kim and …

Read More »