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Opinions: Two sides to the Isla Vista killings

Opinions: Two sides to the Isla Vista killings

June 3, 2014

Masculism, misogyny & murders BY Patience Collier News Editor   Mass killings are not committed merely by isolated individuals, they are committed, by and large, by men with agendas....

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Opinion: Crazy in love… not so much

May 29, 2014

BY Collin Dysart Assistant Scene Editor   And just like that it all came crashing down. I’m not entirely sure when, but at some point Beyonce Knowles stopped being a pop star and became...

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Review: The Amazing Spider-Man 2

May 14, 2014

BY Camille Borodey Orientation editor   The best part about Andrew Garfield’s portrayal of Peter Parker is that he makes the character his own, and I do not feel it necessary to compare...

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It’s Hump Day! Did you make it to classes? Opinion: My money, my class, my choice

May 14, 2014

BY COLLIN DYSART Assistant Scene Editor   I survived high school by fantasizing about how different life would be in college. I wouldn’t have to be home at a specific time, take P.E....

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Opinion: A how-to guide on traveling over summer break

Opinion: A how-to guide on traveling over summer break

May 6, 2014

BY Mariah ROcker Copy Editor   Summer break is right around the corner, causing students and faculty alike to buzz with excitement for their summer plans. For many people, summer break...

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Opinion: LA Clippers owner gets clipped

Opinion: LA Clippers owner gets clipped

May 6, 2014

  BY Mia Patterson Copy Desk Chief   With the NBA Playoffs underway, there have been countless upsets, and I’m not talking about busted brackets. This past weekend, it was...

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Sports opinion: no rings, no problem

Sports opinion: no rings, no problem

May 6, 2014

BY Chance Weeks-Williams Staff Reporter     Have you ever been in a heated sports debate about a certain player’s worth or skills, and the other person asks how many championships...

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Camille’s chats about upcoming movie releases

May 6, 2014

By Camille Borodey Orientation Editor   The Amazing Spiderman 2 (May 2nd) Peter Parker is flying back into theaters, and he’s fighting a whole new group of ruthless villains including Electro...

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Opinion: A letter from your current BOD President: Collaboration over confrontation

Opinion: A letter from your current BOD President: Collaboration over confrontation

April 29, 2014

  BY Bryan Elliott BOD President   As student government president ,I have received feedback from several students on how they feel the current ASCWU Board of Directors has represented...

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Opinion: Do you like what you see in the mirror?

April 29, 2014

BY Sarah Ruiz Online Editor When I heard about the Radical Beauty art exhibit and its call for art submissions, I knew I wanted to do something, but was lost about where to begin. I knew I...

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Opinion: Call it Significant Other Saturday: #SOS

April 28, 2014

    BY Adam Wilson Scene Editor I think I’m doing Instagram wrong. My #WCW (WomanCrush Wednesday)  history to date includes Natalie Dormer, Emelia Clark and Tricia Helfer. The...

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Opinion: Central Confessions Facebook page is back!

Opinion: Central Confessions Facebook page is back!

April 23, 2014

BY Chloe Hildeman Copy Editor   After nearly five months of inactivity, Central Washington Confessions has made a comeback. For unexplained reasons, the original confessions Facebook page...

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