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FCC Students Weigh in on the Value of the Vote: Con

Story By: Edward Smith, Copy/Opinion Editor

October 25, 2016


Filed under Opinion, Pro/Con Debates

Since the birth of this nation, the vote has always been suppressed. It began as a privilege allotted to only land-owning males; then it expanded to universal white male suffrage, to male suffrage and eventually expanded to include women as well. Through all the progress that this country has achieved in the a...

FCC Students Weigh in on the Value of the Vote: Pro

Story By: Frank Lopez, Reporter

October 25, 2016


Filed under Opinion, Pro/Con Debates

The  2016 election cycle has been the most shocking and confusing presidential race in recent memory. Trump’s extreme right wing platform and infamous language, and Clinton’s email scandal and Democrats supposedly rigging elections, has brought the political chasm to the forefront once again. ...

The Integrity of Education Must be Preserved

Story By: Aly Honore, Reporter

September 27, 2016


Filed under Opinion, Pro/Con Debates

Looking for an escape from enlightening discussions about race, politics, gender and all things cultural? Well with trigger warnings in course descriptions, selective learning becomes even more attainable for the average intolerant student. If trigger warnings are implemented, courses that cover potentially...

Protecting Those Most Sensitive

Story By: Frank Lopez, Reporter

September 27, 2016


Filed under Opinion, Pro/Con Debates

College is where you go to learn and expose yourself to new ideas. It’s a sentiment that we hear throughout our society, and it holds true for most students. All the required science and humanities classes present a variety of ideas and information that a student can interpret and perhaps use in...

The Colin Kaepernick Con-Test

The Colin Kaepernick Con-Test

Story By: Edward Smith, Copy/Opinion Editor

September 13, 2016


Filed under Opinion, Pro/Con Debates

I have trouble taking Colin Kaepernick seriously. Yes, I am white and can never understand the struggle that my black brothers, sisters and others go through on a daily basis, but still, I cannot take him seriously. I cannot take his salary seriously, I cannot take his attitude seriously, and I can...

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