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400 Mg a Day, Every Day: Is it Me Or the Caffeine?

Story By: Kris Hall, Online Editor

November 18, 2019

It’s a Friday night, I’ve had a long month of long weeks. I’ve been going at it for so long. Classes are going well, I’ve been promoted at work and am on track for another in the coming two weeks, I have a position on the editorial board to debut my pursuit of my career as a journalist. So...

Wildfires Attack California and the Valley Can’t Breathe

Wildfires Attack California and the Valley Can’t Breathe

Story By: Patrick Henslee, Reporter

November 13, 2019

As Californians everywhere flee from fires, Central Valley residents are left choking on the ashes. California’s Central Valley currently sits surrounded by a barrage of wildfires ranging north, east and south of the agricultural bowl. The state is managing the spread of eight wildfires, but since the bulk of the...

Let it Grow for No-Shave November

Let it Grow for No-Shave November

Story By: Avery Johnston, Reporter

November 13, 2019

Things are looking scruffy for people this month as the annual No-Shave November, held Nov. 1-30, campaign raises awareness for cancer. The demonstration raises awareness of cancer, as patients undergoing radiation therapy tend to lose their hair. The goal is to raise money by participants donating...

Anxiety is Not Trendy

Anxiety is Not Trendy

Story By: Natalie Gallegos, Reporter

November 6, 2019

It’s getting harder for those who actually have a diagnosis of anxiety to be taken seriously. “Being in front of so many people is giving me social anxiety,” is a sentence I've heard once too many times in a classroom. I’ve also seen the word “anxiety” printed on T-shirts or even on jewelry,...

The Fight Against Hunger: Ram Pantry Sees Drastic Increase in Visitors This Fall

The Fight Against Hunger: Ram Pantry Sees Drastic Increase in Visitors This Fall

Story By: Leilani Bustos, Reporter

August 28, 2019

The Ram Pantry is off to a busy start this fall semester with incoming students eager to be the first in a long line to get free snacks, produce and hygiene necessities. “I’ve already seen more students this semester, in the first week of school on a daily basis, than what we had in the spring,...

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