Putin’s hands in U.S. election
Apr24

Putin’s hands in U.S. election

Vladimir Putin tried to influence the 2016 presidential election and is possibly influencing the president himself, and yet not enough people are taking this seriously. According to an official statement from the U.S intelligence community, “Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered an influence campaign in 2016 aimed at the U.S. presidential election. Russia’s goals were to undermine public faith in the U.S. democratic process,...

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AB-540 club looks for undocumented members
Apr22

AB-540 club looks for undocumented members

SAN MARCOS – A new club, called the AB-540 student club, is now looking for interested students to join. The AB-540 club was created for undocumented students, or any student who is affected by Assembly Bill 540, the California Dream act, or who are classified under Deferred Action for Childhood arrivals, or DACA. The club was created as part of an effort to provide resources for students who are afraid of deportation under the...

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Student Government candidates run for office unopposed
Apr22

Student Government candidates run for office unopposed

The Associated Student Government (ASG) elections took place last week, and only one student ran for each executive office. ASG holds elections for president and vice president at the end of every spring semester, and this year’s election ended on April 20. Chris Hopp was the only candidate for president and Amber Bancroft was the only candidate for vice president. The results of the election not yet known as of press time....

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Path to Palomar
Apr13

Path to Palomar

The Adult Education Block Grant Committee is hosting an event called Path to Palomar on April 27. The event is aimed at drawing in potential students 50 years or older who could qualify for the grant. Attendance is estimated to be 200 or more. It will include a short welcome, a light dinner and a 40-minute-long breakout session. The rest of the event will focus on areas where this demographic of students is usually interested in. The...

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California looks for an exit
Apr10

California looks for an exit

SAN MARCOS—The Yes California campaign will be setting up a table every Wednesday and Thursday in the SU quad to gather signatures to put California independence on the ballot for vote in spring of 2019. The ballot proposition would ask if the California state constitution should be amended to say that they are no longer an inseparable part of the United States. This vote would not make the state independent, but would make...

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