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Immigration Holdup

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By Sophia Ketring Staff Writer President Obama’s new immigration plan as of February 16, 2015, has been halted. Obama’s plan, which is generally referred to as “deportation relief for immigrants,” was created in order to provide immigrants who were brought to the U.S. illegally as children with the eligibility for relief from deportation. According to […]

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HIV Vaccination Breakthrough

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By Kieran Bauman Staff Writer This past month, The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) in Jupiter, Florida, announced the creation of a novel drug candidate against HIV so potent and effective that the discovery could work as part of an unconventional vaccine for HIV. This new drug blocked every strain of HIV-1, HIV-2, and SIV (simian […]

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Islamophobia

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By Vivi Bonomie Staff Writer Islamophobia was originally defined by the 1991 Runnymede Trust Report as the “unfounded hostility towards Muslims, and therefore fear or dislike of all or most Muslims.” Islamophobia came into the spotlight after the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, by Muslim extremist group Al-Qaeda. For […]

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Winter Sports Recap

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By Jordan Beary Staff Writer Unfortunately, the lack of winter teams bringing home a CIF Trophy this year caused heartbreaks for the six teams, but five of them did make playoffs. After talking with the captains from each sport team it seemed that they were all proud of their teammates, especially their work rate and […]

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L.A. Super Chargers?

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By Creekstar Allen Staff Writer It all started with the Spanos family, the family who owns the Chargers. They have been asking for a new stadium for the Chargers for over 10 years. However, this new stadium would cost over $1 billion. According to UT San Diego, in 2004 it was estimated that if the […]

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March Madness

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By Joseph Carroll Staff Writer March Madness is an annual basketball tournament featuring the NCAA D1 college basketball teams. It is a single elimination tournament with six rounds, and it begins with 64 teams total. Once a team loses, they are out of the tournament and the winner goes on to compete in the next […]

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College Bound Athletes

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By Sophia Dorfsman Staff Writer For some students who have played a certain sport for a long period of time, it’s inevitable that colleges will want to recruit them. This process consists of a college coach reaching out to an athlete, or an athlete reaching out to a coach. There are usually athletic scholarships involved […]

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