Opinion: Femininity, flaws and female characters — What Captain Marvel got right

Note to reader: Spoilers for Captain Marvel (and many other movies) below By TATUM MAPES Marvel Studios’ 21st cinematic outing, “Captain Marvel,” has taken the world by storm. The film has already passed the $1 billion mark worldwide, with the highest opening weekend gross for a movie with a female lead. While it is a […]

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Opinion: Redlands East Valley Campus needs to make the shift to environmental conscientiousness

By LILIAN MOHR American high schools are notorious for their lack of conscientiousness regarding their environmental footprint. From the thousands of pieces of paper that are being used in high school campuses across the United States to trash cans overflowing with prepackaged snacks and sandwiches after the lunch breaks end, there is a definite need […]

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Opinion: A brief take on modern politics from someone who will be affected the most

By RICHARD BUNNER Tax fraud, sexual assault, racism—the list goes on and on. All of these subjects have been associated with the current president, Donald J. Trump. As a freshman, I will not be able to vote for quite some time, but I still will be greatly affected by the current and succeeding administrations for […]

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Opinion: Trump’s health care reform will have corporate healthcare casualties

By AVALON SALVADORE With the repeal of Obamacare, a new storm is barreling in President Trump’s health care plan. President Trump is currently proposing a plan that will only last up to three years, an inadequate reform for an inadequate system. Our government wants health care reform, but how can results be expected from their […]

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Opinion: The voting age needs to be lowered to benefit future generations

By ANNALYSE YGLESIAS There are countless studies and statistics that convey the potential good in lowering the voting age. If younger people became more involved in politics and the state of world affairs, then it could prove to be overall beneficial to the nation when this large demographic grows more informed and aware. Young people […]

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