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UFC 249

Judeia Holladay | May 14, 2020

Last night UFC 249 brought forth some amazing fights with a card full of talented and accomplished fighters. Headlining the event was Justin Gaegthje and Tony Ferguson, two young and very successful  fighters looking to put themselves in contention for a title shot with a win over one another. The co-main event was between veteran Dominic Cruz and two division champ Henry Cejudo.     The...

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Growing Up Fast

Gianni Martinez, Sports Editor | March 11, 2020

Mary Cain was the fastest female runner, until she joined Nike. Mary Cecilia Cain, age 23, is a professional American middle distance runner from Bronxville New York, who attends the University of Portland. Raised just north of New York City in Westchester County, she was first noticed for her amazing running prowess in the 7th grade. Later on she attended Bronxville High School where she had only...

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Alyssa “The Certified Baller” Brown

Nevaeh Castro, Beat Investigator | February 28, 2020

Fresh out of Tucson, Arizona, Alyssa grew into a sports-loving family. With mom checking on her well being constantly, and dad as the motivator, Alyssa and her basketball career have various factors that play into how far she's come. When she was younger, Alyssa was coached by her dad in club basketball for about 11 years. "It was hard with my dad as a coach because he always had high expectations,"...

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Wildcats Lose Their Claws

Dacey Cervantes, Senior Spotlight Editor | February 28, 2020

The nation's longest winning streak came to an unfortunate end against Minnesota. Ending a 13-game winning streak dating back to last season, the Wildcats got their claws clipped in a depressing loss of 5-2. Going into the sixth inning with zero runs losing by a home slide of 3 runs to Minnesota, Ryan Holgate, and Jacob Blas got the team on the board with back-to-back RBI doubles. Bringing the score...

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The Hidden Truth About Tiger King And Roadside Zoos

Alais Alzaga, Media Arts Editor | May 15, 2020

Did you know that there are more tigers in captivity in the United States than in the wild? The Guardian said, "According to the US Fish & Wildlife Service, there are between 3,200 and 3,500 tigers remaining in the wild globally. By some estimates, there are 5,000 in captivity in the US, though there might be more." As many have watched Tiger King on Netflix, people are starting to bring...

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Llamas And Covid-19?

Alais Alzaga, Media Arts Editor | May 15, 2020

What's up with llamas and Covid-19? Here's the scoop. So all of our minds seem to be focused on the coronavirus, I mean its been practically controlling how we live our lives for the past few months. It has killed hundreds of thousands and infected even more, and if we don't act fast, things could potentially get worse. We all just want to go outside, shop, hang out with friends, and so on. But...

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TikTok and Autism Awareness

Alais Alzaga, Media Arts Editor | May 15, 2020

As this pandemic keeps us all in quarantine, many teens have turned to social media, especially TikTok. TikTok is a very popular platform where users can post 15-60 second videos usually for entertainment or comedy. But now some users are using it in a more informative and productive way, while still being attention-grabbing. In the TikTok community, some users take advantage of the platform to...

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Do You Know The Tea?

Gabriella Jamerson, Foreign Correspondent | May 14, 2020

 I'm not talking about gossip or the rapper, I’m talking about actual tea. Do you know which tea is good for what? If not let's talk about the basics and their health benefits. Green Tea- The go to for pretty much everyone, right? Well green tea promotes weight loss (by helping your metabolism out a tad), as well as anti-oxidizes, by lowering your cholesterol and blood sugar. Green tea...

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Oh You Like That Band? Name Five Songs

Gabriella Jamerson, Foreign Correspondent | May 11, 2020

Gate keeping sucks!  Gate keeping is the activity of controlling and usually limiting general access to something. Whether it be for clothing, music or interests.  Often you hear an exchange between people that goes something like this, “Woah! Cute shirt where’d you get it?” “Thanks, actually I don't remember...” Then later on you find out they know exactly where they got that shirt...

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How Coronavirus Has affected The Movie Industry

Alais Alzaga, Media Arts Editor | May 17, 2020

Is the entertainment industry changing and is it due to Corona? Covid-19 has changed our lifestyles in many ways, and that includes how we watch movies and at the moment that means to watch at home. Pretty soon things will start to open up, but these delays and straight to streaming platform releases have hurt some companies. Movies take millions to make and, of course, they get most of their money...

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Phase Four of Marvel- Hit Or Miss

Alais Alzaga, Media Arts Editor | May 15, 2020

The Avengers are gone, so what's next? First, some background: The MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe) has been around since its first movie, Iron Man, came out in 2008. Not every Marvel character is in the MCU, due to character rights ownership. Some characters that are included in the MCU are the Avengers, The Guardians of the Galaxy, Captain Marvel, Black Panther, Doctor Strange, and the list...

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Adopting Dogs During Quarantine

Alexis Bitnar, Fresh Face Editor | May 14, 2020

Since we're all stuck at home many people are considering adopting pets to help make them feel less lonely at home. Shelters are closed but many are providing online meet and greats and curbside pick up. National Geographic had a  poll of 2,200 people in the U.S. found that 20 percent have considered adopting a pet during this time of social distancing and quarantining and 17 percent would foster...

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Betty Wright Passes

Gabriella Jamerson, Foreign Correspondent | May 11, 2020

Grammy winning soul and R&B icon Betty Wright passes in Miami on May 10th 2020 at age 66 due to cancer. Betty Wright has been extremely successful. Not only having hit songs such as, “Clean up Woman” and “ Tonight is the Night", but also topping the charts since the 70s, winning a Grammy at 23 and a Pioneer Award.  Wright was the first Black woman to get a gold album on her record...

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