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How to stay safe in the event of a wildfire

Zoe Goddard, Times Staff

October 22, 2019

West Coast states including Hawaii, Alaska and Nevada are in the danger zone when it comes to wildfires, according to a map created by the National Interagency Fire Center of Boise, Idaho. Wildfires have always been something...

Political cartoon on Garlic Festival shooting

Magnolia Lonero, Times Staff

September 24, 2019


Weather in the Amazon Rain forest

Forrest Canton, Times Staff

September 24, 2019

Trees in the Amazon Rain forest can make their own rain. In the rain forest, rain can begin early. The reason for that is because the moisture from their trees allow rain to begin two to three months before winds bring in moist...

Climate Strike in Downtown San Jose for everyone

K. Andrea Meza Flores, Times Staff

September 19, 2019

From the forest fires in the Brazilian rain forest to the steady loss of recycling options here in the U.S., we need to do more for the environment. With global warming becoming more of  a rising concern for the general public...

Astronomical selfishness

Astronomical selfishness

September 3, 2019

Many progressives despise the Electoral College

Mikie Negrete, Times Staff

May 7, 2019

“It is well past time we eliminate the Electoral College, a shadow of slavery’s power on America today that undermines our nation as a democratic republic.” That was a tweet from Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, (D--NY)...

Student parking passes should not be such a high cost

Madison McNamara, Times Staff

May 7, 2019

Student parking permits are $45 a semester and $35 if you carpool frequently (student ID’s of people in your carpool are required). For some students, this is a very large fee on top of tuition. Some students are even forced...

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