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To the American People,

To the American People,

Sarah Ceja , Editor-in-Chief December 9, 2016

I have never been more disgusted or disappointed in my entire life as I was on the night of November 8, 2016. That night, you proved to me that history means nothing, that hate and selfishness continue...

I be Code-Switching

Kamrie Anderson, Humans of DVC Editor December 9, 2016

Yo eyebrows on fleek and yo outfit poppin. Have you ever walked past black people having a conversation using phrases that you have probably never heard of? Were they speaking in a way that you would...

In a media-obsessed world, it becomes increasingly difficult for young women like myself to appreciate themselves.

Who am I?

Jazmyn Davis, DVC News Editor December 9, 2016

I was born into a world where being fair skinned and having a size 2 figure was the only option in order to be considered beautiful. I was never able to look up to someone that looked like me other than...

Trump takes the ‘W’

Josh Villa, Staff Writer November 10, 2016

Throughout the 2015-16 election, a few of us have had our doubts about Donald J. Trump. Okay, a lot of us have, but what might this billionaire, entrepreneur, and real-estate mogul have done to make...

The Politics of Love

Debby Erazo, Web Editor and Student Choice Editor October 20, 2016
I wondered if I (a strong democrat), would be able to sit down and have a talk with a staunch republican, to find some sort of common ground through a game.

There’s More Than Just Marriage

Tatiana Uribe, Staff Writer October 20, 2016

June 26, 2015. An incredibly important day in American history, the day same-sex marriage was finally legalized. One victory for the LGBT+ community was won. However, it is far from the end for...

Rise Again

Janae Polk, Staff Writer October 20, 2016

“It felt shocking and overwhelming learning about my health condition. I never imagined having cancer, I honestly didn’t know what to say; it just happened so suddenly,” says Cherish Polk, a former...

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