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OPINION: Palestine needs our support

By Julio Rodriguez Sixty-six children are dead over the continued fighting between Israel and Hamas.  While in the last few days, the two sides have come to agree on a cease fire, this conflict is one that unfortunately won’t end there. Through the last few decades, the two sides have fought over each other’s right

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Study Abroad Program at Riverside City College affected by coronavirus

By Erik Galicia As coronavirus infections surged in Spain and the United States weighed a possible European travel ban, the Riverside Community College District began scrambling to ensure that all Study Abroad Program students in Barcelona were brought home safely. According to Nassef Girgis, the RCCD Study Abroad director, the group was brought home March

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Refugee Camp in Germany: An Editor’s View

Posted: August 26, 2015 | Written by: Brooke Cary A few summers ago, I started to start saving up for travel. I wanted to see the world, but wasn’t sure when or where. I just knew that if the opportunity arose, I wanted to be able to get up and go. Before my last final

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Sochi Winter Olympics become a mockery

TRAVIS WEST | EDITOR-IN-CHIEF The 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics: Urine colored water, toilets with no dividers and German rainbows. Russian president Vladimir Putin have made the Winter Olympics more about how far behind Russia is in the human culture race than any sporting event. Athletes expressed their concern about traveling to Sochi because of possible terror

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