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Samantha Fuller-Hall

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To live or to learn

A reaction to the gun threat on campus, now named a 'hoax' by CSUN PD, and what this incident says about our campus' priorities.

Chivalry isn’t dead

An exploration of how traditional ideals of romance and behavior can be adapted to the modern day.
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The internet age

An examination of the pros and cons of growing up influenced by the internet.
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Weekly Picks: Fall Out Boy, Orchestra, Games and more

Monday, January 22, 2018 - Free Game PlayLocation: Games Room, USUTime: 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 .p.m.Cost: FreeAlready stressed on your first day back to...
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The Inequality of Privilege

Editorial: An examination of how recently exposed opportunity gaps reflect on social inequalities.
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Read carefully: Media Literacy Week

A commentary on the value of media literacy in modern life.
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You don’t own me

A rebuttal of claims that the regulation and refusal of female contraceptives is justified.
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Probationary adults

A criticism of California's expansion of driving restrictions to those under twenty-one.
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A Dreamer’s nightmare

A criticism of President Trump's repeal of DACA
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Is high school long enough?

One solution to solving a major fault with the high school system.