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Have cell phones taken over us?

As we stay glued to our cell phones with social media, games and music, the world keeps spinning Zach Ingram | Staff writer As you scurry off to class in a rush to beat the bell, you find yourself nearly sprinting to the door. As the door inches ever closer, and the instructors voice becomes ever more clear, you begin to panic as

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Club reaches out to locals

Alpha Gamma Sigma volunteer to benefit elderly and troubled youth in Riverside. Treva Flores | Staff Writer In this new age full of iPhones, flat screen HD television sets, and social networking at our fingertips, it can be hard to remember that there are people out there who survive without the latest technology. People who are old or fragile, who need help

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Site assists students’ studies

Aaliyah Noble-Freeny | Staff Writer As the semester comes to a close students inevitably begin preparing for final exams. To help, on Nov. 19 an education technology company called “Studymode” launched a new study game called “Jewels of Wisdom” on its flashcard site Cram.com. Cram.com is a website used by students and teachers around the world that consists of more than 70 million preset

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Anticipated reveals at Apple keynote

David Roman | Asst. Inscape Editor As technology continues to make leaps in the capabilities of handheld smartphones, the latest announcement of the newest additions to the Apple family has left some people feeling impressed, some let down, and others as indifferent as they where before they Googled the new Apple products on their Androids.

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