Tag: New York

Editorial: Struggling College students seek state support

Californian students struggle just as much as those in New York and San Francisco … where is our relief?

History was made Feb. 7 when San Francisco announced starting next school year city colleges for all California residents living in San Francisco will be implementing free college tuition.

A miss for Miss America?

Dominique Smith | Staff Writer Ellis Island the gateway for many immigrants from 1892 to 1954, has welcomed many diverse cultures and faces that has made this great melting pot what it is today. According to the Miss America pageant website “Miss America is more than just a title. She is a woman who reflects a

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The Underacheivers revive underground hip-hop

Markese Braxton | Staff Writer Representing an experimental hip-hop collective entitled “Beast Coast” rooted in New York, the underground artists the Underachievers have been generating a lot of buzz for the past year. The group, consisting of Issa Gold and AK, are signed to the independent label Brainfeeder, which is the same label that produced

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Remembering the Sept. 11 tragedy 12 years later

Mark Howard | Opinions Editor And then they began to Jump! I will never forget the images on my 27-inch Zenith television screen as I watched American people spear from the sky tops of New York City buildings. The horrific tragedy of September 11th 2001 taught me the true sentiments of what being an American

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