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First Person Experience: California Coastwalk is a must-try adventure

A faint fragrance of rotting seaweed wafted across our campsite every night. The mosquitos lazily came and went. Even the seasonal ticks decided to only attack one of our group members. These were the worst and only worries I had the entire trip I went on with the Coastwalk California, a nonprofit.

First Person Experience: It’s not as clear as black and white

Every mixed-race person remembers the first time they were asked “What are you?”

First Person Experience: Sophomores find community after missing freshman experience

I can still remember the feeling of excitement I had about two things, my senior year of high school and my first year of college. 

First Person Experience: Chino Hills State Park offers a variety of hikes and trails

With over 20 trails with scenic views of the terrain and flowers in bloom, Chino Hills State Park offers a variety of workouts for those who prefer to exercise outdoors.

First Person Experience: Dipping a toe back in

With restrictions in California starting to lift it also meant that I was finally able to start practicing in person with the women’s water polo team and getting in the water to train on April 5.

First Person Experience: Foodie Fest brings fair fun back to the public

As the world slowly phases out of the COVID-19 pandemic, some of the best things are becoming available to the public again, including Ontario’s Foodie Fest at the Toyota Arena.

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