What do you do for spring break?
Mar16

What do you do for spring break?

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Public high school is failing college freshman
Mar15

Public high school is failing college freshman

Public high schools herd students through the public education system like cattle. Graduates of public high schools tend to lack readiness for college and the real world in general because of the many problems within the public education system, particularly the way that students advance by achieving the bare minimum. The transition between walking onto a stage wearing a cap and gown, and stepping onto a new college campus is quick...

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Trump paves way for discrimination in schools
Mar14

Trump paves way for discrimination in schools

Written by Andrew Fox In a negligent act, Trump has revoked an Obama era directive for fair treatment of transgender students in federally funded schools. Rather than implement new guidelines, Trump has handed the issue of transgender rights over to the states, in affect establishing majority power over minority protections. He has downplayed the urgency needed to protect transgender youth, a group afflicted with the highest rate of...

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What mental illness and bathrooms have in common
Mar14

What mental illness and bathrooms have in common

Written by Gehrig Rosen Mental illness and narcissism is reasonable evidence as to why transgendered people should not be allowed to use any bathroom they please. According to the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission there are currently about 750,000 sex offenders in the U.S., there is a legitimate concern among many, including the Family Policy Institute, that sex offenders can just say that they’re transgender and use...

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Faculty union is spreading sensationalism

The college’s faculty union is looking to fire a division dean through sensationalistic methods, all while slandering his name and character. The process in which the union is going about faculty upheaval against a dean is ignoring the due process every individual within our college community deserves and ignores the sensitivity of the alleged victims to his behavior. On Tuesday, the Palomar Faculty Federation, an organized...

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Sexual assault is grossly under reprimanded
Mar11

Sexual assault is grossly under reprimanded

The report of a student at California State University, San Marcos being raped in a parking lot in broad daylight in January proves that we need to enact harsher punishments to help decrease sexually violent crimes. In California, a person convicted of rape can be sentenced to serve the minimum jail time for that crime: three years. In only three years time that criminal will be out on the streets again, possibly with the intent to...

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