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Author Archives: Daniela Lopez

Feeling the thanksgiving spirit

Ah, the holiday season, the time when we can all be thankful for what we have but ignore the rest of the year.

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Important work still ahead for students

Everyone that has to pay at least a portion of their tuition has been cringing in financial pain ever since the massive fee increases began.

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More ‘Clunk,’ less junk

With the one year mark of the Obama Administration a few months away, some people are calling out the president for not passing legislation that would support the big talks of action his campaign threw out during the election.

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The effects of too much

Overindulgence. For some reason this word has been on my mind lately.

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Cyber friends, stalker friends?

We’re not stalkers. Or at least most of us don’t fall under that category.

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Students need health care too

Twenty-two, full-time student with a part-time job. That description, give or take some years and a variation in college units and gender, fits many of us on this campus.

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Campus safety second rate

How safe are we? Waking up Tuesday morning to the news of yet another shooting near Fresno State led to a serious contemplation of our safety.

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How ’bout we just take the walk?

In my four years at Fresno State, it’s has been a rare occasion when I’ve been pained with the task of finding parking.

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Republican? Impossible!

Seeing a black president elected into office was a sure trigger to rattle people into action for a long time to come. That’s not surprising at all.

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The new Christian question: Where did Jesus go?

A certain Sunday every year, brings together a confusing mix of eggs and bunnies colored with an overwhelming brightness of baby colors that would make any proper goth, or mere pessimist cringe upon sight.

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Peering into the Bulldog Pantry

High unemployment rates, rising food prices and a severe drought, are just some of the hurdles many people in the Central Valley have to jump, in order to get enough food for their families.

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The pigs are hogging once again

Hey feds, how about a little bonus? Or maybe we’ll just call it an individualized stimulus package, or better yet, how about giving a broke college kid a tiny bailout?

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New separate but equal

“If you’re in the marriage business, do it equally.” This was the powerful statement made by one of the attorneys representing same sex couples last Thursday in San Francisco.

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Feeling the love in weak economy

Escaping financial worries to even the relaxing sound of The Beatles becomes almost impossible when grudgingly realizing ‘love is [NOT] all you need,’ in this weakened economy.

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After long wait, a library tour

We have this gigantic new building and it’s barred from our access by a power outage caused by old infrastructure equipment? Nice.

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The anger of the V-spots

Apparently, my vagina is angry. I was very clearly informed of its alleged rage last Sunday when I attended the production of “The Vagina Monologues” at the Satellite Student Union.

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State budgets vs. Walsh Act

In the midst of a national economic struggle, has it become economy versus safety? Do our financial woes warrant the lack of implementing a system that would keep the public safe from sexual predators?

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The Sullenberger change

Excuses: We all them; we’ve all given them. Some of us are more clever, or more creative than others when formulating them, but we all never fail to pop one right out when the need calls for it.

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