Day: October 10, 2013

Men’s water polo improves to 5-2 record

DOMINIQUE SMITH|STAFF WRITER Men’s water polo made a splash in the Cuesta tournament in San Luis Obispo on Sept. 20. They played two games the first against West Valley College. Despite the Tigers efforts West Valley got off to a fast start scoring 4 points early in the first quarter. In the second quarter the

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Volleyball record falls to 4-4

JOSH LAKEY | STAFF WRITER The Tigers hosted their first home game against the College of the Canyon Cougars September 18 to a crowd of 75 attendees which lasted approximately two hours and six minutes. The Tigers controlled the tempo from the sound of the buzzer in the first set until the close, resulting in the

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Marvel’s ‘Agents’ continues billion dollar franchise

RAFAEL RIOS |STAFF WRITER From gods, super soldiers, and playboy philanthropists, to highly trained agents of “S.H.I.E.L.D.” (Strategic homeland enforcement logistics division). Marvel Studios last left us with the near destruction of New York City from the psychotic mind of the Asgardian Loki, and the Chitauri, a race of extraterrestrials beings set to inhabit earth. But with the help of the Avengers, S.H.I.E.L.D. was able to

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Summer twins live in summer forever

ALEJANDRA GARCIA | STAFF WRITER       Riverside natives, Summer Twins, took the stage on Sept. 21, wooing Los Angeles locals with their signature dream pop sound. The band of sisters, Chelsea and Justine Brown, showcased at El Cid, a Spanish restaurant and venue. This summer, the Brown sisters released their new EP, Forget Me, many of the songs that were played were from

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A Healthy Cafe Choice

ZACHARY INGRAM | Staff Writer Don’t you love the smell of bacon in the morning? Eating is a natural desire that we can all agree is an enjoyable pastime. The on campus City Gill offers healthy options that are sure to fill your tummy and satisfy those taste buds. A salad bar, sandwiches, whole wheat

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How much does Obama care?

MARK ANTHONY HOWARD | OPINIONS EDITOR I don’t know how much President Obama really cares about my health individually, but the Obamacare bill makes a convincing argument that he is at least concerned about the overall welfare of the American People. Beginning on Oct 1, individuals and families will be able to compare their options by

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Financial aid refute

Below is a rubuttal concerning the news article, “The FAFSA trap” on page three of Viewpoints’ September 19 issue. ELIZABETH HILTON |STUDENT FINANCIAL SERVICES DIRECTOR Our current disbursement product, the Sallie Mae Debit Card, is available to students who chose to sign up for the card to receive their funds. If a student chooses to

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The $Billion Game: Grand Theft Auto 5

Its good to be bad. [Insert Graphic from page] CONNER MUNSON | ASST. INSCAPE EDITOR Three days. $1 billion. Grand Theft Auto V(GTA V) reached the milestone faster than any other entertainment property in history, according to Take Two Interactive. This places GTA V above blockbusters films like The Dark Knight and The Avengers. With such

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