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An approximately $7 million project for a new community center in the city of Santa Clarita and very few people know what this means. Time and money are a large factor in keeping Santa Clarita such an Awesome Town to live in but, awesome isn’t necessarily the first word to come to mind for some […]

Opinion: The financial rewards of attending COC
Opinion: The financial rewards of attending COC

Students attending community college will save time and money.

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Opinion: Does the media control what we think?

Since our lives are so consumed with being connected, is it fair to say that the media could have the power to control our decisions?

Opinion: The lacking presence of student government

By Eddie Averill Towards the end of the spring 2014 semester, as I walked through the quad, I saw a handful of students eating pizza. Naturally, I wanted to know where they got the pizza, and whether or not said pizza was being provided for free by some organization that just wanted a moment of […]

Too many students, too little parking

Imagine a daily commute to work with a parking spot search much like Christmas time at the mall. Circling the parking lots, aggressive drivers and the car stalking of strangers in hopes of snagging their parking spot. This scenario may seem all too familiar because it’s an everyday reality for the 12,000 COC students fighting for one of only 3,600 available spaces.

Opinion: why savings are a thing of the past

There was once a time when common people would tout the benefit in saving hard-earned income.

Opinion: The phenomenon of skinny versus fat

Why hasn’t anyone ever questioned why being skinny is preferred when it comes to body types?

Opinion: Do Apps help you, or just waste your time

In a society like ours, it is almost impossible to be in a public area and see an individual that is not straining their neck to look down at their mobile device.

Opinion: The good, the bad, and the misinformation of Proposition 1

For months now we have been bombarded by campaign issues and promises from all the candidates involved by either billboards, television and radio announcements, posters and political mailers. But the huge question is, what do we really know when it comes to the propositions and how they can affect us on a personal level, in particular Proposition […]

Opinion: College Voters

People say that the youth vote is our future. So the question is, how much do our local youth actually know about the upcoming election and politics?

Opinion: Where’s the rest of the picture?

For some reason, it’s not rare that people would record a tragic event vertically. Why is that?

Opinion: The cost of a DREAM

It’s time to give young DREAMers a true chance at the “American dream.”

Opinion: Facebook wants to redefine reality

Zuckerberg’s vision of connecting others is to put on a headset and be able to sit courtside at a basketball game, or take a virtual vacation.

Opinion: Eat More Food and Less Stuff

People love food. Whether it’s burgers, fries, salads, pasta, waffles, or just a big steak, it could be consumed in a much healthier way than most people make it.


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