Month: December 2020

August Burns Red satisfies fans’ need for music

By Alyssa Aldrete A metal barricade crushing your ribs. The sweat of other people seeping into your own pores. The instant push of a crowd of people screaming alongside you: these things may not be welcome in the time of COVID-19. But even if some of you cringed reading those words, I know there are

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The Living Desert Zoo and Gardens raises conservation awareness

By Joyce Nugent Eleven international conservationists who partner with The Living Desert Zoo and Gardens shared their wildlife conservation programs’ success at the International Desert Conservation Summit on Nov. 14, where 138 attendees from 12 different countries celebrated each organization’s dedication to preserving the planet. “Although we had originally planned to host this event on-grounds

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Opinion: America needs new approach to substance abuse

By Erik Galicia As COVID-19 continues to ravage the entire world, another horrific deadly disease has faded into the background, where it continues to thrive. This seemingly never ending American epidemic emerged long before our current pandemic. It has taken different forms in different decades, but the result has always been the same: jails, institutions

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Opinion: California living is too expensive

By Ashley Hayner Living in California is ridiculously overpriced  The more popular the state, the more crowded it gets.  People can’t seem to get enough of this all-around gorgeous state. I can’t blame them for it either. California is one of very few states where you can enjoy all four seasons in one day.  You

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