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Gentrification: acknowledging accountability and protecting vulnerable residents

Nick Abraham, Opinion Editor

March 15, 2019

This is an extension of a story on teacher housing, which can be found here. While Facebook and other corporations’ willingness to help fix the housing crisis is necessary and beneficial, this needs to come with an acknowledgment of personal responsibilit...

Homemade Mexican Food vs. Mexican Restaurant: Comparing the Bay Area’s Mexcellent Food

Mia Padilla, Staff Reporter

March 8, 2019

It is no secret that California and the Bay Area are influenced greatly by Hispanic culture, and one of the cultural aspects that are the most recurring is food. No es ningún secreto que California y el Área de la Bahía están ...

Poke chain rolls with California vibes

Alyssa De Leon and Rio Popper

December 17, 2018

You order a poke bowl: It begins with a rich base of rice or noodles. From there, it grows with additions of various types of raw fish, shrimp or crab. It’s topped off with a spicy or sweet sauce, some crunchy toppings and a sky...

Creed II punches through box office

Jay Tipirneni, Sports Editor

December 17, 2018

Creed II is a breathtaking sequel with nail-biting fight scenes, drama and conflict that will have you on the edge of your seat throughout the course of the film. Those who appreciate boxing dramas will fall in love with this mov...

Textbook bias bleeds through to students

Rio Popper, Copy Editor

April 20, 2018

Any textbook is vastly different from any other textbook–even when the books are about the same topic. The books used in California are different than the books used in New York, which are different from the books use din Virginia....

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