Author: Ilana LaGraff

Unconstitutional abortion laws need reform

It’s 2017, and certain states are still hell-bent on taking away women’s rights to healthcare and bodily autonomy, all

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Opioid epidemic finally gets addressed with new national program

America has 99 problems, but addressing the opioid epidemic ain’t one. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

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Caring for the Earth starts with changing daily routines

It’s Earth Day this weekend, so if you like living on the only known planet with life, then it’s

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New York is a beacon of free tuition as they are the first state to institute two- and four-year college with no charge

Tennessee became the first state to offer tuition-free community college back in 2015. Now, New York has furthered the

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Sesame street character brings awareness to the spectrum of autism

In a world full of bigotry, people can still count on “Sesame Street” to provide inclusive and progressive education

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Repealing restrictions on sex offender living limitations is dangerous for children

On Feb. 7th, Fullerton City Council unanimously repealed an unconstitutional ordinance. The city ordinance, No. 3149, made it a

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Cal State Fullerton’s Hermanos Unidos club holds National Leadership Conference for the first time

ClCORRECTION: This article was updated at 7:12 p.m. on Tuesday. The story indicated that Hermanos Unidos was a club on

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Clinton’s campaign reflects progress for women, despite her loss

Although the 2016 presidential election did not turn out in favor for a large portion of Americans, it still

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