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State Parks in Debt

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By Ana Gimber Staff Writer Most of the state-owned parks in San Diego County operated at a loss in the 2014 fiscal year and according to a new financial report, seven of those parks were more than a million dollars in debt. The California State Park System has been under fire in recent years for […]

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San Diego Super Padres

0 Comments 17 April 2015

By Stephanie Buchbinder Sports Editor The San Diego Padres have had a very impressive start to the 2015 season. Since their season began on April 6, they have beat many reputable teams, including the Los Angeles Dodgers and the San Francisco Giants. Their three straight wins against the San Francisco Giants was especially impressive because the […]

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“Say It Right or Don’t Say It At All”

0 Comments 17 April 2015

By Yenitzia Lopez Staff Writer Levondia. Bon’Qisha. Mo’Nique: these are just a few of the names, amongst many, which are not only constantly labeled “ghetto” or “black”, but also become an obstacle to the average person when it comes to pronunciation. Even Oscar-nominated actress Quvenzhané Wallis had to deal with extreme prejudice regarding her name […]

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Why We Love Brownstein (No, Not the Bears)

0 Comments 17 April 2015

By Sophia Dorfsman Staff Writer If you have seen Portlandia or love feminist punk rock bands (who are we kidding, that’s more of an and rather than an or), you’ve probably heard of Carrie Brownstein. Brownstein, the 40-year old star and co-creater of the satiric comedy series of the Pacific Northwest city, isn’t one of […]

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BBC’s Ex-Top Gear Host

0 Comments 17 April 2015

By Ryan Robson Media Editor Notoriously controversial TV presenter Jeremy Clarkson has been fired from his position as a co-host on BBC Top Gear. Clarkson and his program have fallen under heavy criticism for many years as a result of the controversy it stirred around the world, however Top Gear under Clarkson became the #1 […]

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Motown Comes to San Diego

0 Comments 17 April 2015

Sophia Ketring Staff Writer The critically acclaimed Broadway show Motown is making its way to San Diego this June as a part of their national tour. Motown The Musical takes the audience on Berry Gordy’s journey of creating his record label, Motown. This record label was created in a time when racism was incredibly rampant […]

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Game of Thrones Nudity: Why Is It Only The Ladies?

0 Comments 17 April 2015

By Vivi Bonomie Staff Writer To anyone who watches the hit HBO series Game of Thrones, seeing naked people on screen isn’t even reason to blink anymore. The show has been recognized for its fair share of nudity and sex on-screen. More and more people have begun to notice that most of the nudity in […]

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ISIS Hitlist Released

0 Comments 17 April 2015

By Andrea Albanez Staff Writer Earlier this month, the Islamic State Hacking Division, a group associated with the Syrian terrorists group ISIS, posted a hit list of 100 faces, names, and addresses of service members in the United States. Four of those names were of men who served on the San Diego-based aircraft carrier U.S.S. […]

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