Truth, Liberty, Tolerance
By Shradha Singh, Staff writer Indecision and confusion seem to be popular emotions in the U.S. Supreme Court as of late. Perhaps the best example of this can be seen in the erratic behavior of the Supreme Court and one of its justices, Anthony Kennedy.
By Shradha Singh, Staff Writer As the midterm elections come to a close, the future of legal marijuana seems to be just beginning. The 2014 elections, which some had already described as the “marijuana midterms,” ended with two states, Alaska and Oregon, allowing the legalization
By Emma Calvert, Staff Writer Voter turnouts tend to fluctuate over the years due to many different factors–including the demographic of the voters. Most of those who aren’t turning out to vote are younger voters, ages 18-29, who make up 21% of our country’s population
By Carolanne Boughton, Staff writer After their 6-0 win over Haiti, the United States Women’s National Team only needs one more win to advance to the Women’s World Cup. The American team secured all nine possible points, allowing them to book a place in the
The San Francisco Giants announced their new affiliation with the Sacramento River Cats last week. The Giants general manager, Brian Sabean, released a statement that said “Sacramento is a great baseball town and the area has traditionally produced top baseball talent for the Major Leagues.
By Shradha Singh, Staff writer “The bigger they are, the harder they fall.” This is certainly not applicable in the case of the Downtown Plaza. Little more than three months after the city finally made the decision to start construction of the new Sacramento Kings
By Max Johnson, Staff writer At 9:50 on the morning of October 23rd, shots were heard at the National War Memorial in Ottawa. Witnesses reported that a gunman wearing an “Arab” scarf had shot at two soldiers, hitting and killing one and missing the other.
By Lilia Quevedo, Staff writer The World Series. One of the biggest events in the United States, in which two baseball teams from opposite leagues compete for a trophy made of silver, and rings emblazoned with diamonds. To get there, each team must play over