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Fighting Words: Musicians respond to white nationalism in Trump’s America

Jesse Kapukui, Staff Writer

May 14, 2019

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When Janelle Monae sings “Just love me baby, love me for who I am” in her song “Americans,” she’s not asking for the romantic love of any single partner. Instead, Monae is begging for the respect of her fellow man or, more specifically, white men who identify as white n...

Online does not equal easy

Leslie M. Levy

May 14, 2019

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The lure of online classes for students is the flexibility of completing their work “whenever.” This leads to laziness and even lamer excuses than teachers hear in person. (Your Google Drive crashed? Really?) Instructors...

Hospice Care: The last phase of life

May 14, 2019

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My sophomore year of high school I took care of a 96-year-old woman named Clara. She was mobile and always found a reason to smile, despite all the pain and discomfort she was in. For more than three years I sat, comforted and sup...

What the hell is social media?

Lenita Marie Johnson, Staff Writer

May 14, 2019

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For some people, learning social media is like studying a foreign language: it’s confusing, complicated and, at times, frustrating. In particular, older students have a harder time learning this new language. This is because ...

Disneybland

Edgar Soria Garcia, Illustrations Editor

May 14, 2019

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The most magical place on Earth? The Magic Kingdom? With all the hype surrounding  Disneyland, I had to cough up the $104 to see what it’s all about. Characters and whimsical adventures awaited, but would I feel the magic? After I sat in traffic to get into the Magic K...

Oak Leaf Fall 2018 Magazine

Oak Leaf Fall 2018 Magazine

December 20, 2018

Back in the saddle again

Back in the saddle again

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