Reporters and editors of online publications DNAInfo and Gothamist recently unionized in light of one publication buying out the other.
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Registration is a stressful time for students no matter what school they attend. However, at such a small school as the University of La Verne, juniors and seniors should not be worried about getting a class they need to keep them on track to graduate because freshman and sophomores are registering before them.
Puppy mills and kitten factories took a crushing blow last Friday when Gov. Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill 485.
With the arrival of November, the stress of midterms is just dying down as finals week and term assignment deadlines already start lurking around the corner. It is hard enough for college students not to get caught up in the challenge of balancing several responsibilities at once, and even harder to ask for professional help […]
After being accused of making sexual advances towards underaged actor Anthony Rapp, Kevin Spacey issued an insensitive statement excusing his advances because he was a gay drunk. Spacey turned it into a coming out story and tried to spin the narrative that what he did was not wrong because he was gay and the only […]
In the third game of World Series, Yulieski Gurriel hit a second inning home run off of Dodger’s starting pitcher Yu Darvish. It was not the home run that was the most talked about after the game, was what Gurriel did after he rounded the bases and returned to the dugout.
Although voter suppression in the 2016 presidential election was massively overlooked, and even mocked, this is a real and serious issue that led to the unfortunate and unfair election of Donald Trump.
In a Trump era marked by a war against the press and a real threat of misinformation muddying the media landscape, millennials are subscribing to print and online editions of reputable newspapers and magazine in record numbers – supporting and preserving quality journalism. Even when tons of free information is available online, many millennials are […]
People making $250,000 or less per year may face a tax increase after the 2018 budget was approved by the U.S. House Oct. 19 with all Republican and no Democratic votes.
Former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick led the way and still fuels the fight against police brutality across the nation, as well as the debate over kneeling during the national anthem. The man himself, however, remains unemployed since the start of the NFL season in early September, despite more than enough athletic reasons to […]