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The Pulse Of The Game: Betts Trade Reflects Modern MLB Ownership Objectives

Story By: Patrick Henslee, Sports Editor

February 13, 2020

Oh, to be a Los Angeles baseball fan in 2020. Superstars Mike Trout, Anthony Rendon, Cody Bellinger, and Clayton Kershaw will now be joined by outfielder Mookie Betts.  Hey, look at that. Every one of those players has either won an MVP award or World Series in the last six years. Betts did both ...

The Tea: The Darkness—Why We Report the Darkest Stories

The Tea: The Darkness—Why We Report the Darkest Stories

Story By: Tommy Tribble, Editor-in-Chief

September 11, 2019

So the world is basically bad. We’re living a daily national crisis. When our president isn’t tweeting deranged nonsense about hurricanes he’s inviting the Taliban to Camp David on 9/11. No, really. Plus, there’s the climate catastrophe. Plus the ever growing disparity between rich and...

The Tea: On/Off the Record

The Tea: On/Off the Record

Story By: Tommy Tribble, Editor-in-Chief

April 10, 2019

In the era of clickbait and a president who calls the press the “enemy of the people,” it’s more important than ever to understand how and why journalists do the work they do. In this weekly column Tommy Tribble, editor-in-chief of The Rampage, hopes to clear up misconceptions about student jo...

The Tea: Mistakes, Missteps and Retractions–How Journalists Correct the Record

The Tea: Mistakes, Missteps and Retractions–How Journalists Correct the Record

Story By: Tommy Tribble, Editor-in-Chief

April 4, 2019

A previous version of this article stated that we’re living in an era of clickbait, and that journalists have been called the enemy of the people. That is completely correct and, moreover, this column written by Tommy Tribble, editor-in-chief of the Rampage, hopes to clear up the misconceptions about jour...

White House Correspondents Dinner Was A Swing And A Miss

White House Correspondents Dinner Was A Swing And A Miss

Story By: Andrew R. Leal, Reporter

May 1, 2018

The story dominating the news after last weekend’s White House Correspondents Dinner is whether comedian Michelle Wolf’s performance was funny or not. Wolf’s disdain for President Trump, Vice President Mike Pence and White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, along with the news media...

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