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A Carolina Reaper-related hospitalization isn’t worthy of New York Times coverage

The New York Times recently took on the eccentric world of chili peppers and published an article in April

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America needs to change it’s perspective on paternity leave

In the United States paid paternity leave is still seen as unacceptable, and it’s time for that to change.

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Student newsrooms are being threatened financially but won’t go down without a fight

It’s not breaking news that print journalism is slowly being pushed off the radar and outshined by internet media,

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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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DNA databases are a slippery slope that could lead to unintended consequences

Last Tuesday, an arrest was made in the decades-long hunt for the Golden State Killer who’d been linked to

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Why one barista still loves their job even if rude customers make it challenging

Dear fellow baristas, I know there is outrage over the recent racial profiling scandal at Starbucks in Philadelphia and

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OPINION: Israel’s response to weekly border protests was justified

As Israel approaches its 70 years of independence as a democratic Jewish state, it faces a weekly threat from

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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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