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Sex Workers: Stepping Out of the Shadows: Pomona’s open secret: Prostitution unveiled

Pomona is known for a lot, such as its eclectic art galleries, moshing punk shows and multicultural cuisines. It is also known for the fishnets and stilettos that catch the eyes of most when driving down Holt Avenue also known as “The Blade.”

First generation college students overcome unique obstacles

As a first-generation college student and an only child, my decision to go to college was not just for myself but also for my family. 

Student-athletes not immune to mental health crisis

Waking up early in the morning, having classes from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m., then heading to the weight room, then straight to practice until about 7 p.m., doing homework until the middle of the night, and repeating it all the next day. That is a typical day in the life of a student-athlete in college.

The loneliness epidemic: A silent battle

An overwhelming feeling, a crushing weight in her chest, a persistent lump in her throat and the urge to cry for no apparent reason are the physical manifestations of loneliness that plagues Julia Tenan, a senior psychology and criminal justice minor at the University of Saint Joseph in Connecticut.

Los Angeles County Fair showcases unique foods

The Los Angeles County Fair held a private fair food preview Wednesday, showcasing some of the food that will be available at the fair, which opens Friday and runs through May 27.

Leopards keep winning streak alive

Freshman left-handed pitcher Niko Urquidi struck out 11 batters and the Leopards’ offense had two big innings in their 8-3 win over the Whittier Poets on Friday at Ben Hines Field.

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