Junk food outweighs fruits and veggies on students’ plates

Rukayat Yusufu, Staff Writer

A hamburger, slice of pizza or a bag of chips grabbed off the shelf of the bookstore is the typical meal choice of many students who are battling being strapped for cash and time on a daily basis. A 2011 study from Oregon State University revealed that college students are not eating one serving of fruits and vegetables per day. Cosumnes River College...  Read More »

December 14, 2014

The games have changed forever as a revolution sparks

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The games have changed forever as a revolution sparks

Rukayat Yusufu, Staff Writer

“Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part One” one of four movies from the popular film series based on Suzanne Collin’s novel trilogy, “Hunger Games” was released on Nov. 21. Lionsgate, the film’s producer, decided to split the novel into two films leaving the audience to wait until next year to watch the last film and final ending to the series. “Hunger...  Read More »

December 5, 2014

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False claims against vaccinations pose a massive threat to public health

Nick Valenzuela, Staff Writer

For quite some time, there has been a belief among uneducated groups of society that vaccines cause more harm than good. Most recently, there has been controversy that the combined measles, mumps and rubella vaccine causes autism in children given the vaccine at young ages. This bogus, completely groundless idea was spread when former British...  Read More »

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