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Social Media vs. The Election

Social Media vs. The Election

Dominique Thomas, Staff Writer
November 2, 2020
As politicians battle over the adoption of the Equal Rights Amendment, what lessons can we learn from the women who fought for their right to vote 100-years ago and wrote the ERA? (graphic by Jessica Tapia)

Have we forgotten what the Equal Rights Amendment truly means?

Joey Weslo, General Assignment Reporter
February 28, 2020
Illustration by Josie Padilla

Pay Attention, Students!

Karla Villegas Pineda, Opinion Editor
November 3, 2019
The documentary “Beyond Borders: Undocumented Mexican-Americans” shown at the College of DuPage as part of Hispanic Heritage Month, features the tragic stories of those torn apart from loved ones due to immigration policy (graphic by Jessica Tapia)

Love separated by borders

Joey Weslo, General Assignment Reporter
October 10, 2019

How Far Can Celebrities Go With Political Endorsements?

Karla Villegas Pineda, Opinion Editor
October 9, 2019
The increased burning and deforestation of the Amazon represents a global problem. With the rise of populist rhetoric hindering diplomatic solutions, could the flames represent a new reality to a changing international order? (graphic by: Jessica Tapia)

Why is the Amazon rainforest really burning?

Joey Weslo, General Assignment Reporter
September 5, 2019
A federal investigation uncovered how wealthy parents have bribed their children’s way into prestigious and highly-selective schools, like Georgetown University (pictured). Their illegal practices bring to light the numerous legal maneuverings the wealthy use to ensure back-door entrance into elite institutions, disadvantaging deserving, less-affluent student applicants

Should the college admissions scandal make me angry?

Joey Weslo, General Assignment Reporter
March 22, 2019
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