By Rikki Yanez Assistant Blog Content Contributor In recent news, immigration is a controversial topic among politicians and the citizens of this country. You have those that are for it, against it, or somewhere in the middle. This topic, figuratively and … Continue reading Immigration in America
By Allison Johnson Blog Content Contributor Fact: Not everyone who wants stricter gun control is out to take away everyone’s guns. Now, since we got that out of the way this conversation will be easier to have. From an observation … Continue reading Gun Control
By Brittney Hemmands Blog Content Contributor Like every other BET Hip Hop Awards, the Cypher was shown this year to give rappers a chance to showcase their raw talent. Eminem, best known for being one of the top American rappers … Continue reading The Overlooked Importance of Eminem’s Freestyle
By Maria Martinez Blog Content Contributor I speak English and Spanish and I am American. Speaking another language is not a threat to the United States. Despite the commonly accepted notion that multilingualism has many benefits, we are now being … Continue reading I’m Bilingual, So What?
By Helen Wang Blog Content Contributor During his administration, Obama has appointed the first Latina Supreme Court Justice, the first black U.S. attorney generals and the first openly transgender White House staffer. Obama and his administration have really put the … Continue reading Money Talk
By Kasandra Garza Assistant News Director The battle for Texas Independence was a battle over politics that aligned people who were in favor of local self-government and included a large number of Tejanos. However, there are a few misconceptions and details … Continue reading Common Misconceptions About Texas Independence
Compiled by Holly Henrichsen Assistant Web Content Manager An American Ambassador in Seoul, South Korea was attacked by a man with a knife who is opposed to joint South Korean-U.S. military drills. According to CNN, the U.S. ambassador to South … Continue reading Daily News Recap (3-5-15)
In the third day of the government shutdown, more Americans are beginning to see affects. For the past sixteen years the government hasn’t had a federal budget and has been relying on continuing resolutions. These resolutions last from a week … Continue reading State Representative Discusses Shutdown