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Fifty Shades of Trump: Valentine’s Day in the age of The Donald

Alci Rengifo, Contributor
February 13, 2017
Filed under Opinion, Politics, Staff

What a difference a year makes. Who would have thought in February 2016 that the following year Valentine’s Day would be celebrated as Western Civilization imploded?

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Why The Media Constantly Targets the Middle East and Gulf States

Why The Media Constantly Targets the Middle East and Gulf States

Daniel Lee, Staff Writer
December 12, 2016
Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

If you take a second to think, when is the last time you saw or read any benevolent information about Muslims and the Middle East?

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Trump Promises

Trump Promises

Jovante Smith, Staff Writer
December 8, 2016
Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

What Donald Trump, what he said, what we thought and what's actually happened since he became President-Elect.

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A Thank You Letter to Donald Trump

A Thank You Letter to Donald Trump

Marisa Vasquez, Staff Photographer
November 8, 2016
Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

I would like to take a moment to thank this year’s Republican candidate for president, Donald Trump, for everything he has done to our country throughout the 2016 election. A lot of people say he is just a power hungry business man, but he has revived the hateful past of America that we, as a coun... Read more »

The Disservices of American Public School

The Disservices of American Public School

Grace Canning, Contributing Writer
November 3, 2016
Filed under Opinion

As a college student fresh out of the public school system, I can say with confidence that the American public school system failed to prepare me.

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Op-Ed Duel: Obama’s Nation or Abomination?

Op-Ed Duel: Obama’s Nation or Abomination?

Troy Barnes and Jovante Smith
October 25, 2016
Filed under Editorial, Opinion, Top Stories

With Obama serving his last couple of months as POTUS, two writers go head to head on if he was an effective president or not.

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Bonfire of the Vanities

Bonfire of the Vanities

Alci Rengifo, Contributor
September 29, 2016
Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

A collective breath could be heard through out the United States last week, not because of the carnage in Syria, another mass shooting at a shopping mall, or the latest protests against police brutality. Instead Americans awoke to discover that Brangelina, the pop culture fairy tale of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, was over.

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Radio Blah-Blah

Radio Blah-Blah

Jacob Hirsohn, Editor-in-Chief
September 21, 2016
Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

Pop and hip-hop radio stations insist on playing the same 10-15 songs they know their audience will respond to instead of trying to actually influence the culture and introduce listeners to something new. It’s safe business — but it has killed the radio.

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Black Lives vs. All Lives

Black Lives vs. All Lives

Christian Monterrosa, Digital Editor
August 2, 2016
Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

The Black Lives Matter movement has seen a surge in media attention, but is the message it is trying to send being received?

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The silent tyranny of soft language

The silent tyranny of soft language

Adam R. Thomas, News Editor
June 2, 2016
Filed under Editorial, Opinion, Politics

The Corsair's News Editor talks what people can learn today from George Carlin's legacy on language.

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Letters from outgoing AS Directors

Letters from outgoing AS Directors

Johnathon Hughes, Jesse Randel, and Samuel Ross
June 2, 2016
Filed under Opinion

Outgoing AS Directors Jesse Randel, Samuel Ross, and Johnathon Hughes speak their mind as they leave office.

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Letters from the Editors

Letters from the Editors

Nik Lucaj, Jacob Hirsohn, Alissa Nardo, Bailey Peraita, Adam R. Thomas, and Grace Gardner
June 2, 2016
Filed under Opinion

The Spring 2016 Corsair Editorial staff reflects on the past semester of covering the news at SMC.

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