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Students weigh in on net neutrality

Summer Lomendehe, Staff Writer

February 22, 2018

Burger King released an advertisement on Jan. 24 explaining net neutrality. The ad broke down net neutrality through a “social experiment” where customers had to pay extra to get a Whopper burger without delay. A ‘slow MBPS burger’ cost $4.99, while a ‘hyperfast MBPS burger’ cost a whopping $25.99. “It’s...

In room LRC-103 Anthropology professor Anastasia Panagakos, middle, is writing her love note for the event on Feb. 14. for

Anthropology department hosts celebration of Darwin and Valentine’s Day

February 20, 2018

The Anthropology department hosted an “Anthro Day of Love” event to celebrate World Anthropology...

Backlash spreads over Apple Inc. slowing down iPhones. And students are complaining about their service.

Students react to Apple slowing down phones

February 20, 2018

Apple Inc. announced on Jan. 24 that a later version of the iOS 11.3 update will allow users to turn...

Speakers welcome students to Black History Month ceremony

Crick Fulenchek, Staff Writer

February 17, 2018

Roughly 100 students gathered for the Black History Month Opening Ceremony on Tues. 6, which featured students and faculty in fellowship honoring Black History Month and those African Americans who have died in the service of our country. The stage skirted with flags of varying nations and neatly decorated with an African...

Racial tensions provide chance to learn tolerance

Editorial Staff

February 16, 2018

Racial tension at local schools has been in the headlines lately, and reflects the broader tensions throughout the country. Recently, a McClatchy High School student submitted a project that stated that African Americans, as well as South-Eastern Asians and Hispanics, were not intellectually capable of handling the rigorous...

Asian American community grapples with hatred

Summer Lomendehe, Staff Writer

February 15, 2018

The death of 28-year-old Akai Gurley sparked a heated debate in 2014 about anti-blackness in the Asian community. Gurley was killed by Peter Liang, a Chinese American police officer at the New York Police Department, who was later sentenced to five years of probation in 2015. Many people in the Asian American community were...

Left unsaid: Rising need for mental health services on college campuses

Left unsaid: Rising need for mental health services on college campuses

November 3, 2013

Editors Note: This is part one of a three part series on mental health in community colleges. If yo...

Students learn failure can be positive

Campus Life Coordinator Winnie LaNier discusses how to use failure to your advantage on Oct. 25 during the

Brusly Voong, Staff Writer

November 3, 2013

The Orchard room at Cosumnes River College on Oct. 25 was alive and well as a full crowd was on hand ...

Dr. John McDougall speaks during a One Book lecture about healthy eating habits in the Recital Hall on Oct. 23. Copies of McDougall's book

Doctor and author educates campus on the benefits of a starch filled diet

October 31, 2013

Dr. John McDougall, author of the book “The Starch Solution,” spoke to a packed room about how pe...

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