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We never planned to work in a college newspaper. Here’s why we’re glad we did

By Razmik Cañas & Hayley Salazar Allow us to introduce ourselves, we’re Razmik and Hayley. If you’ve picked up The Collegian once or twice in the past two years you’ve probably seen our bylines. Or perhaps even pestering you on ...

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The president distracts while appointees hammer core agencies, functions

By The Los Angeles Times With nearly every utterance, Donald Trump affirms the conclusion we reached two years ago that he is temperamentally and intellectually unfit to serve as president of the United States. But there he is, a year ...

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The last straw

THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS GRAPHIC LANGUAGE Enough is enough. How much more of a circus can the presidential election become before people put true patriotism over political allegiance? Donald Trump began his campaign by attacking Mexicans. He gained support by persecuting ...

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Pay attention to what Trump stands for

Special to The Collegian Paul D. Bush Professor Emeritus of Economics Two issues have been raised concerning the Collegian’s editorial on Donald Trump.  The first has to do with the Collegian’s right to write such an editorial. The second has ...

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Collegian takes heat for Trump editorial

COLLEGIAN EDITORIAL: On Monday, The Collegian published an editorial about Donald Trump that garnered much attention. The piece, in no uncertain terms, compared Donald Trump to Adolf Hitler. The article was labeled as an editorial, which is an opinion piece ...

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Clarifying the Trump editorial

This morning, The Collegian published an editorial about Donald Trump. The piece, in no uncertain terms, compared Donald Trump to Adolf Hitler. The article was labeled as an editorial, which is an opinion piece — not a news story. It ...

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The era of compromise is over

The willingness to compromise is one of America’s great virtues. The original United States Constitution only became the supreme law of the land because of compromise. Famously, after both large states and small states quarreled over representation in the Congress, they compromised: in one house, states were represented by population, and in the other, states were represented equally.

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Ditch Save Mart Center, go back to Selland Arena

Consider two scenarios. One is of a basketball arena with a sellout crowd night after night. The consistently competitive team it features is boosted every night by the 10,000-plus screaming fans all clad in red. Opposing teams are scared to play here: from 1968-2003 the home team won 406 games, nearly four wins out of every five.

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UPD needs to keep us safe

In Fresno, more specifically the surrounding Fresno State community, safety after hours is at a premium.

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Editorial: Time for Mason, Flores to speak

THE SEPT. 17 ISSUE OF THE COLLEGIAN FEATURED in its top story the admissions of Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) President Mackee M. Mason and Executive Vice President Sandra Flores to allowing underage students to drink in their hotel while on a retreat for ASI.

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Editorial: The Collegian proposes how to vote on California propositions

Prop. 91 — Vote NO. Not even the California voter guide provides an argument in favor of Proposition 91. The changes it proposes are already in place, having been ushered in by Proposition 1A in 2006.

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Editorial: CNN gaffe reveals problems of pundits

One of the top stories on CNN.com yesterday bore the headline “Gender or race: Black women voters face tough choices in S.C.”

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