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Liberté Pour Qui: France’s Destructive Systemic Islamaphobia and Xenophobia

Before European colonialism reached the continent, African civilizations were vastly diverse and had individualistic identities with thriving economies and education systems, such as the prosperous Swahili trade empire. All this changed when European powers began their infamous African land grab. Colonialism was glorified and the colonized were seen as uncivilized …

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“Jeopardy!” host Alex Trebek passes away at 80

Alex Trebek, the longtime host of “Jeopardy!”, passed away Sunday morning at age 80. Trebek, who hosted the popular game show for 36 years, had been fighting a long battle against stage four pancreatic cancer, which he revealed on Youtube in March of 2019. The game show confirmed the tragedy …

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Biden and Harris Take the Presidency

After a neck-and-neck brawl between the 2020 presidential candidates, the American public has voted to replace Republican President Trump with a new Commander in Chief, Democrat President-Elect Joe Biden.  Biden, the left-wing candidate, plans to walk into the White House this January with an Electoral College and Popular Vote  majority …

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California GOP Ballot Boxes

On Monday, October 12th, California state officials mandated an immediate cease-and-desist order to members of the Republican party, after unauthorized ballot boxes began to appear in Southern California cities. According to the Washington Post, California GOP officials placed these unofficial boxes and encouraged people in the state to deliver ballots …

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The Race for District 3 San Diego County Supervisor

As November 3 approaches,  Americans are shifting their focus onto the most paramount election: the presidency. With the  majority of Americans’ attention centered on the future leader of the country, smaller, more local elections tend to be overlooked. The presidential election, with its many twists and turns, never leaves a …

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Two Parties, Two Perspectives

For many Americans, a day is incomplete without the incessant exposure to current news. Throughout the day, U.S. residents are overfilled with the worldly information that attacks their brains through TV, phone, and computer screens. Announcements about  recently released information take over conversations and exist within daily media. These constant …

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Students Reveal Their Opinions on Reopening

With the USA death toll rapidly exceeding 224,000, Covid-19 has remodeled all aspects of modern life. Minor tasks, such as grocery runs and family get-togethers, have become potentially dangerous practices – while larger issues, such as education, prompt worry and dispute.   Decisions surrounding  the reopening of schools are changing with …

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Modern Day Marie Curie

Black holes; one of the least understood phenomena in physics. Their convoluted existence makes it so that every bit of newfound black hole research is immensely valuable.  Ever since Einstein’s theory of relativity predicted black holes in 1905, scientists have been developing mathematical functions and formulas to try and explain …

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