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Migos For Halftime

While we all have already soaked in the comeback win of the Patriots over the Falcons at this year’s Super Bowl on February 5, there’s still one moment that is still a tough pill to swallow. While Lady Gaga’s halftime show performance has received acclaim from many, I feel a moment was missed with this […]

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Obama Out

With the most chaotic and ludicrous presidential election in American history coming to a close, we will have a new president elected in November and a new president inaugurated in January. In just a three month span, President Obama, the current leader of the free world, will no longer be our commander-in-chief. This is a […]

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Opinion: POTUS Recap

We live in a world where people are victimized for who they are, a world where people are killed because of the pigmentation of their skin, and where a wealthy Neanderthal could take the oath of president of the United States. How did we get here. We were making progress, why are we moving backward […]

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Live From The Gutter: Inspirational Profile

I have struggled to finish this article. I made many revisions and still can’t seem to present the idea of an inspirational person in the best possible way. Here’s a question I have for readers. What inspires you? A simple question with plenty of answers. Some find inspiration in things like art. Others through their […]

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Community College Ideology

There seems to be a general consensus about the Community College culture; implications about those who attend them and the colleges in general. Those who go from their Senior years of high school straight to a four-year college are recognized as successful and worthy of many other such titles. But those who make the decision […]

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Community College

There seems to be a general consensus about the Community College culture; implications about those who attend them and the colleges in general. Those who go from their Senior years of high school straight to a four-year college are recognized as successful and worthy of many other such titles. However, those who make the decision […]

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Book Review: Into The Wild

Into the Wild by Jon Krakauer Jon Krakauer’s “Into the Wild” tells the story of Christopher McCandless, a young man who loved nature and respected it more than he respected his own “personal” environment. Chris came from a rich, successful family and wasn’t a fan of a luxurious lifestyle. Instead, he dreams of living in the […]

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Gifts that Keep on Giving

GAG gift or not, I will say that sex toys are okay to give as a Christmas gift, to the right person of course, this year. It may seem like a crazy thing to do, but people do it. According to Sebastian Urdialez, the manager for L’amour Sex Shop in Fremont, Calif. the sales do […]

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“Bible study” club needs to recruit in a different, non-intrusive fashion

NOTE: (In the 12/11/14 edition of the Chabot Spectator, the article stated that the club mentioned in this article was that of the Chabot FX Club. This is incorrect, however, as it was learned after the printed issue that the club mentioned in this article was not the Chabot FX Club, but instead a group […]

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Surprisingly Enjoyable

Now that the semester is over, I can look back and say that my fears going into the semester were nothing to be scared about. At the beginning of the semester, the fear of what was to come over the next 18 weeks may have been a little overwhelming. Now that those 18 weeks are […]

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