Author: sacevedo

An illustration of Colin Kaepernick looking at a football pensively.

Colin Kaepernick doesn’t have to turn his back on the NFL to advocate effectively

Last month former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick was given the opportunity to work with the Seattle Seahawks,

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The future of print journalism lies in stubborn and strong writers

It’s the 40th anniversary of Comm Week at Cal State Fullerton, and it’s time to address the elephant in

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An illustration of NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite in space. A little green alien peeks out from the back of the satellite.

NASA searching for alien life exemplifies scientific curiosity and discovery

It looks like NASA’s scientists remain hopeful about the possibility of alien existence, as they plan to launch the

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An illustration of two boys. One is saying "Congratulations on you're spelling–." The other one has a crown on with the words "Spelling Bee Champion" on it and is slapping him saying "It's spelled YOUR!"

The upcoming Scripps National Spelling Bee is a reminder for the nation to improve its vocabulary

It’s time to take a page from elementary school kids who are winning their regional competitions in hopes of

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Edgar Allen's poem of Annabel Lee on the hair of a woman.

Slam poetry competitions are keeping poetry alive

While many may find poetry to be a rare form of expression these days, it still lives and breathes.

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Trendy food posts on Instagram are an eyesore

Dear Instagram Foodie, I’ve seen your posts for a while now, from sushi doughnuts to rainbow bagels to just about

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Designers like Alexander Wang and Dior address gender inequality with empowering fashion statements

This year has reinvented fashion for women, starting with the Golden Globes fashion movement. Fashion designers aren’t just designing

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Devil’s Advocate: Zero waste lifestyle is garbage

They typically hang out around the farmers market, carrying cloth bags, refusing plastic straws and channeling their inner hippie

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