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My Cabinet as President of the United States

By Tiger Shi Web Content Contributor The president of the United States is a powerful position in the U.S. government. Many imagine what they would do as president. I have responded to countless prompts with the question: “If I were president, I would…” President Biden is liked by some and disliked by others. Regardless of what you think of him, he holds that place office. However, I would like to […]

todayMarch 23, 2021 1

Podcasts

Roundtable: Episode 4

By Calvin Miller & Tiger ShiPodcast Manager & News Director In this episode of Roundtable with Calvin and Tiger, they dive into the world of politics with a look at the 2022 midterm elections. With the election going for Joe Biden to become president and now the Senate evenly split, how could this affect the elections in 2022? Also, what about the House of Representatives where Democrats hold a slim margin? What could […]

todayMarch 19, 2021 5

Podcasts

Roundtable: Episode 1

By Calvin Miller & Tiger ShiPodcast Manager & News Director In this first episode of Calvin Miller and Tiger Shi's new talk show, they introduce us to what Roundtable will be about, how the show will run as well as discussing Biden's inauguration. Calvin and Tiger eventually hope to have guests on such as our fellow Bobcats and others as they hit some of the pressing topics of the day. […]

todayJanuary 28, 2021 4 1

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Lifestyle

How To Be a Journalist in Times Like These

By Piper BlakeWeb Content Manager With the Black Lives Matter movement and the impending election, emotions are running high and the mass media is using this to their advantage. People can be led like sheep when they are emotionally vulnerable, and the media is the shepherd herding them up. Getting on social media now is like deep-diving into an opinion forum that you never asked to be apart of that […]

todayJune 12, 2020

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Lifestyle

Make America Bipartisan Again

By Tiger ShiWeb Content Contributor During every election cycle, you would hear slogans from both parties. In 2016, there was “Make America Great Again” versus “I’m With Her.” Currently in the 2020 race, it is the “Keep America Great” going up against former Vice President Biden. Many of you have probably noticed: why are us Americans so angry at each other? What I mean is the amount of heated arguments […]

todayApril 29, 2020 3

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Lifestyle

Voting Matters More Than You Think

By Tiger ShiWeb Content Contributor Amidst the intensity of the Iowa caucus, a major event of the 2020 primary elections, voters of both the Republican and Democratic parties roll out to gather polling data and registering new voters. It happens just as locally as it does on a national level. In San Marcos, groups like College Democrats and Students for Trump encourage voting tirelessly. No matter what side of the […]

todayFebruary 13, 2020 1

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Lifestyle

Podcasts on the Other Side of Town

By Tiger ShiWeb Content Contributor Whether it's presented in audio format or video, podcasts have an important impact on people’s lives. Most podcasts are listenable through Apple Podcasts or the iTunes store; however, there are even a few featured on YouTube in audiobook style. Podcasts, to some, are the key used for relaxation, getting information and killing time.  There are many different types of podcasts. Podcasts could be based on […]

todayFebruary 1, 2020

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Lifestyle

Why the “Climate Emergency” Trope is Starting to Feel Worn Out

By Brittany AndersonWeb Content Contributor You’ve heard all the trigger words and phrases: “climate change,” “global warming,” “12 years to act.” We’re constantly bombarded with this information on social media, told that our human actions on the planet are irreversible and have to constantly adjust to navigating a social and political atmosphere of climate change deniers.  When I say the climate emergency feels “worn out,” I mean that the way […]

todayNovember 6, 2019

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Lifestyle

Fact or Fiction: Navigating Information in the Era of Fake News

By Ally BolenderWeb Content Contributor Regardless of how you get your news, unfair news practices are unavoidable. As the era of “fake news” is upon us, it has become increasingly difficult to determine how reliable a piece of information is.  The term “fake news” is not exclusively incorrect information, but more so an umbrella term, including biased news or reports backed with little evidence. Drawing independent decisions becomes a challenge […]

todayJuly 19, 2019 1 1

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