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College Students Shouldn’t Sacrifice Their Lives For Textbooks

Kelly Langevin, Copy Editor

August 31, 2019

Now that my junior year is finally in gear, I am back to sitting in classrooms with fresh faces eager to know how intense the syllabus may sound and how many hours of sleep we will be losing due to class. It is not the number...

Epstein’s Horrific Sex Trafficking Case Is A Nasty Reminder of Sexual Abuse

Kelly Langevin, Copy Editor

August 28, 2019

The news of Jeffery Epstein and several others involved in corrupting so many women for years is mouth dropping and is bringing the issue of sex trafficking forward. Epstein, a millionaire financier, was accused of child sex-trafficking...

To Our Sports Editor

Daniel Fappiano, Trevi Alickolli, and Ryan Jones

May 9, 2019

For the past year, Patrick Gustavson has been the Sports Editor of The Recorder. Without him, many of us wouldn't have the leadership needed to grow as a section or as individuals. As a group, we decided to come together and remember...

End US Military Support Of Saudi Arabia’s War In Yemen

Maria Basileo, Photography Editor

May 8, 2019

The United States Senate failed last Thursday to gain the two-thirds majority vote necessary to reverse President Donald Trump’s veto on a bipartisan bill that would end U.S. support for Saudi Arabia in their role in Yemen...

The Rise Of The “Bullpen Game”

Daniel Fappiano, Layout Editor

May 8, 2019

Last postseason when the Oakland Athletics took on the New York Yankees, the A's utilized a technique that not many had seen in prior years. Instead of using a normal starting pitcher, Liam Hendricks, a relief pitcher, was used...

What My Social Media Break Has Taught Me So Far

Aridyan Perez, Staff Writer

May 7, 2019

I have been on a social media break for about three months and it has been one of the best decisions that I have ever made for my mental health. There are many reasons why people use social media. It can be a way for people...

Three Strikes – You’re Out Of The Oval Office!

Isabella Chan, Assistant News Editor

May 7, 2019

Since grade school, it’s been an unsaid rule in society that after three incidents of bad behavior, you’re out. Though it seems a bit immature, it works on a number of levels, whether it be academic, criminal charges and,...

Editor’s Column: Hang In There

Sarah Willson, Editor-in-Chief

May 1, 2019

You never realize how much you have to do until it's almost too late. Suddenly, it hits you – finals? What finals? And before you know it, you're knee-deep in a few double-digit papers, two oral presentations and three tests...

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