By Leo Cabral It is no surprise that America would consider gun shops essential businesses. Who loves guns more than good ol’ America? State and local governments have laid out recommended regulations during the shelter in place order levied in mid March and, quite frankly, firearms do not quite fit the level of necessity as
By Darrisha Daniel As the chimes of Coachella ring in the festival season, F.O.M.O. is bound to set in for many of us. Fear of missing out on the latest events leads many students to miss class time and overspend. For those who purchased tickets for coveted events such as Coachella far in advance, nothing
By Darrisha Daniels Dating shows like The Bachelor that apply a formula to love ingrains in us the idea that there is one person out there that perfectly matches our idea of a spouse and that they’re attainable. Sparks fly, there’s a kiss or other, and from then on, it’s marital bliss. Relationships should
By Jonathan Ramirez Kirstjen Nielsen was the former poster-child for family separation and her replacement will be worse. Which is truly saying something. McAlneenan has been one of the main enforcers for “zero tolerance” of immigrants crossing the border for enforcing and defending it. He has also supported the president’s border wall and testified before
By Jonathan Ramirez The oil industry and the Trump administration stand on the throats of marine life, money in hand. On Nov. 30 2018 President Donald Trump approved the use for seismic air guns which allows the National Marine Fisheries Service to authorize the permits for five companies along the Atlantic Ocean from Delaware to
Far too many people have been misinformed when it comes to drug addiction, mental illness and homelessness, which makes helping these individuals all the more difficult.
The reality is that not all college bound students are ready for this big step due to a lack of basic knowledge needed to transition into adulthood.
Our Riverside City College District Board of Trustees passed a resolution to declare support for marginalized students, but does it do enough?
Corruption has long plagued law enforcement, and thanks to the “blue wall of silence,” outcry against misconduct from officers who abide by the oath they swore to uphold has been virtually nonexistent.
The battle of wills continues for Native Americans and their opposition to the Dakota Access Pipeline, which was approved by the federal government to begin construction in July.