Suiting Up Police Dogs

Should police protect dogs with armor? by Sebastian Quezada (Staff Writer) – 3/17/16 Police dogs this year have been dying at a greater rate than in previous years due to heat exhaustion and a lack of body protection. Approximately five police dogs have died in the line of duty by either being stabbed or shot.

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Where do Women Belong in Football?

A look at what Kathryn Smith’s promotion means for women in football by Marina Alvarado (Online Editor) – 2/15/16 Kathryn Smith has been hired as the first full-time female assistant coach for the NFL. After 50 Super Bowls played and 96 years of being established as a league, a vital question still remains: why has it taken the NFL so long to hire a female coach?

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Promoting Ignorance through Society’s Looking Glass

How celebrities take their power to inconsiderate extremes by Marisa Lopez (Entertainment Editor) – 2/13/16 There is no doubt that today’s society of young adults and children are heavily influenced by social media and what’s going on with all of our local celebrities. And sometimes that can be a really cool and great thing when these starlets use their platforms as spotlights for good deeds and causes that benefit their fans and the community, but…

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Having the Inside Story

Why reading the book is better than watching the movie by Damaris Galeano (Staff Writer) – 11/9/15 One of the most popular arguments movie watchers have with each other is whether or not to read the book before the movie. Many agree though, that you should read the book before watching the movie. One great reason is that there is nothing like having the inside track on a movie plot.  If you don’t mind spoilers then reading…

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