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Google loses sight of founding principles with China deal

Google is basically the gatekeeper of the internet. Its algorithms control which websites come up first when people use

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Column: Stuttering doesn’t define who I am

I’ve stuttered since I had the ability to talk. I have never been able to hide it or avoid

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Column: Online friendships deserve genuine recognition

Every morning I let the light from my computer screen thaw my face while I message my friends who

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Column: Prevailing in a struggle against depression

Just as every keyhole has a unique key that opens doors, people can also unlock their pathway to living

A picture of the green sign hanging above the I-5 South freeway reading "HOV 2+ Only"

The high occupancy vehicle lane hurts commuters

With over 23 million licenses issued in California, and over 394,000 miles of road to use in the Golden

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Astrology horoscopes are meant to be entertaining

Like the comforting pastime that it is, astrology is available when a person needs it most. It can be

guy looks into the mirror and sees a Kpop fan

K-pop sets unrealistic beauty standards for men

Dear K-pop fans, I’m sorry to break it to you, but your obsession with K-pop is just too much for

girls look at a book and sees a random jumble of letters and numbers

Column: The challenges of not knowing you have dyslexia in college

Learning the sequence of the alphabet is as easy as adding 4 plus 5, but if you’re dyslexic, there’s


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