Column: The Art of Deception 

For the Creative Soul By KATHERINE SNAVELY     Of the many types of art in the world there is one that never ceases to amaze me, art that has so much depth and detail that it looks real to the point of deception, sidewalk chalk art. When you think of chalk art you probably think […]

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Hip Hop Album Displays Unique Qualities

By RYAN ARANDA On March 4, one of the greatest hip hop artists today, Kendrick Lamar, released a compilation album by the name of “Untitled Unmastered.” “Untitled, Unmastered” contains unfinished demos that were first created during Lamar’s making of his last studio album, “To Pimp a Butterfly.” “To Pimp a Butterfly,” the Compton native’s third […]

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First Pitch Preview

By AARRON ANDREAS and ANDRES DOWNEY Every April a new baseball season begins, cleaning the slate of last season, and giving all teams a new opportunity to accomplish something special: the World Series. However, the future can be brighter for certain teams rather than others.   This season’s odds are most heavily favoring the Chicago […]

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My College Tour to UCR

Perspectives from a Positively Stressed Senior By ANNIE DELGADO Your whole Senior year is committed to finding colleges, applying, getting scholarships, passing your current classes, and making decisions. Along with making all these decisions comes college tours. Over Spring Break, I was able to go on college tour to University of California Riverside to make a […]

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