Vegans, you aren’t going to save the world

Kerasa Dimitrios Tsokas, Opinion Editor

December 10, 2019

From Burger King’s Impossible Whopper to almond and soy milk at Starbucks, veganism takes over the food scene.  At its core, veganism is a diet that doesn’t rely on the consumption of animals or their byproducts....

Messi Ends GOAT Discussion

Alonso Frias, Staff reporter

December 9, 2019

Argentine footballer Lionel Messi won his sixth Ballon d’Or award on Dec. 6 and broke the tie of 5 with Portuguese rival Cristiano Ronaldo. The Ballon d’ Or recognizes the best player of the year and earns players bragging ...

Seattle Tops Toronto Once Again in MLS Final

Alonso Frias, Staff reporter

December 2, 2019

The Seattle Sounders beat Toronto FC 3-1 on Nov. 10 to claim their second Major League Soccer Cup in history. The MLS is continuing to grow within the United States, however still has a long way to go to compete with the big...

The double standards behind nudes

Kerasa Dimitrios Tsokas, Opinion Editor

November 12, 2019

Imagine sending your significant other a very intimate picture of your body. But your relationship doesn’t work out so you eventually break up. It has been a year since the split and suddenly you see those same intimate pic...

Warriors are done, time to enter the Giannis sweepstakes

Diego Felix

November 12, 2019

The Warriors are a shell of themselves and don’t look anything like the team that went to the NBA finals last season, the roster looks completely different than what the team rolled out last year, let alone five months ago i...

The necessity of active shooter safety drills on campus

Kerasa Dimitrios Tsokas, Opinion Editor

November 5, 2019

Oct. 22, a 17-year-old student who attended Ridgway High School in Santa Rosa opened fire on another student. While police said this was an “isolated act of violence,” this incident raises an important conversation — school shootings.  According to EverytownResearch, California has ...

Ethics are applied unequally to politicians

Andrew Leal, Print Managing Editor

November 5, 2019

Congresswoman Katie Hill of California’s 25th District made her final speech on the House floor Oct. 31, just four days after announcing her resignation from an office she was elected to last year. She initially denied allega...

Beyond psoriasis: It’s more than just skin

Felicia Hyde, Arts & Entertainment Editor

November 5, 2019

Nothing would seem to work and it wouldn’t seem to go away. I would lather layers of over the counter topical corticosteroids like hydrocortisone, vaseline, and scent free hydrating lotions, yet my skin could never be healed. ...

Fifth times the charm for Ferguson v Nurmagomedov

Karamel NunezMartinez, Editor in Chief

October 29, 2019

After Khabib "The Eagle" Nurmagomedov submitted Dustin Poirier in the third round at the Ultimate Fight Championship 242 main event, Tony “El CuCuy” Ferguson, the number one lightweight contender, called out Nurmagomedov...

Plea to end PG&E

Frank Sumrall

October 29, 2019

“These past few nights I’ve been unable to sleep and I know many of my fellow Sonoma County natives feel the same,” said Alina Robello, a Santa Rosa resident. “Tonight is the same. I cannot sleep.” Whether PG&E is responsib...

The Abortion Pill easy to swallow for some more than others

Arianne Arciaga & Andrew R. Leal

October 22, 2019

A new California law signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom earlier this month will require public colleges to give students the ability to access abortion medication. This College Student Right to Access Act will go into effect in 202...

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