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The Time to Care

  By Óscar Fernando García This article was supposed to be about the contract win between American Federation of State, County and Municipal employees (AFSCME), the union that represents the 16,000 patient care and 10,000 service workers employed by the University of California and the UC system. But writing this piece, I felt uncomfortable writing a story about the union’s …

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The Effects of a Disastrous Fire Calls for a Grassroots Movement

Although COVID-19 is the focus of attention on all ends of the spectrum, it is difficult to remember what we talked about the pre-Coronavirus pandemic. Social media platforms’ algorithms have taken away the importance and attention of additional pressing matters that are also taking place. So remember to wash your hands before and after you scroll through this article.  Ever …

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Are Unpaid Internships Exploitative to College Students?

Written by Daisy Murguia I was browsing through Twitter one afternoon when I noticed a tweet that said, “Unpaid internships should be illegal” repeated seven times. The tweet reached over 80,000 retweets. If you search “Unpaid internships should be illegal” in the Twitter browser, you’ll find thousands of tweets with similar sentiments. Some argue that unpaid internships are a rite …

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A Sense of Discontent – A letter from the Editor

On January 20, 2020 the Center for Disease Control reported its first known case of the novel coronavirus, 2019-nCoV2. The patient was a 35 year old man who had recently traveled to Wuhan, China to visit family. With the acknowledgement that the virus had made its way to the United States, panic began to slowly sweep the country. In the …

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