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Fake News

As a generation who is on social media almost 24/7, it’s safe to say that we highly depend on these social media sites to give us news on what is happening around locally, nationally, and internationally. On April 6, two of Chabot College’s librarians, Kelly Meadow and Norman Buchwald, opened a workshop for students to […]

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Equal Pay Day

As Equal Pay Day just passed us by on April 4, I would like to bring attention to this symbolic day. Equal Pay Day is the day when women’s earnings “catch up” to men’s earnings from the previous year. It’s also an important occasion to bring awareness and organize action around the gender pay gap […]

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Disruption in the U.S. Accreditation Space

The United States Accreditation has recently followed under unprecedented criticism and increasing demands for accountability to government and the public in authority in the quality of higher education. (Council for Higher Education Accreditation & Boston College Center for International Higher Education). This will force schools that want to be accredited, to make students graduate in […]

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Pepsi and Kendall Jenner

April has just been a bad month for companies and their Public Relations teams. United Airlines had the mishap with the overbooked flight incident and just recently American Airlines had an incident in which a baby was almost hit by a flight attendant. While most of these controversies only pertain to airlines, other companies were […]

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The Pacific Ocean’s Filthy Reality

Pollution is one of the most alarming issues our world faces on a daily basis and a clear evidence of its exacerbation would be the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. Located in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, this large circle of marine debris has immensely expanded since its discovery in the late ‘80s. With Earth […]

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Department of Defense on Climate Change

Aside from the danger other countries could potentially present to the United States, the Department of Defense (DoD) is also currently at war with one of the world’s biggest threats: climate change. With more than 5,000 different sites and collectively over 30 million acres of land across the globe, the DoD has continuously been battling […]

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Bart Prices on the Rise

The BART prices just keep increasing, with the Bay Area Rapid Transit company wanting to raise the ticket prices after raising them 3.4 percent back in January 2016 (SF Gate). Most of the reasoning behind this is because BART is facing massive budget deficits for this and next fiscal years. So what does this mean […]

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St. Pablo Comes to Oracle!

On Saturday, October 22nd, Kanye West’s St. Pablo Tour made its way to Oakland at Oracle Arena over the weekend. Kanye West is one of those artists that, regardless of time, always stays relevant through creative and innovative music. His latest work The Life Of Pablo (TLOP) is a perfect example of an artist not […]

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Anniversary Of The Black Panthers

On Tuesday, October 25th, Chabot College was hosted by the presence of Kathleen Cleaver, a professor of Law and former member of the Black Panther Party’s central committee, as well as former communications secretary and the party’s national spokesman. Throughout the half-hour that Cleaver spoke, she told those in attendance about her experiences with the […]

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Selfies of the 19th Century

Have you ever gone through social media and questioned why or how someone could be so conceited with their self portraits? Or maybe question if someone could possibly be an obsessive “selfie taker”? Try to consider the different interpretations people might have with self portraits. One might say it’s a way of expressing their emotions […]

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