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Facebook fails to acknowledge rape jokes as hate speech

Apr 8, 2014

We’ve all indulged in a little internet surfing to laugh at ridiculous memes, but when certain pictures surface cracking jokes about suicide, domestic violence and rape, there needs to be some regulation. 



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April is Autism awareness month and deserves attention and support

Apr 8, 2014

April is autism awareness month, dedicated to the sharing of information people should take the effort to pay attention. 



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The ‘yous’ in people’s lives serve as mentors and much more

Apr 8, 2014

There is always one person you will never forget. It could be a relative, an ex, a teacher or a stranger, but they impacted a part of your life and for that they will always be on a shelf somewhere in your heart. 



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Law makers finally listening to constituents by revamping the food glove law

Apr 8, 2014

Lawmakers are actually listening to constituents. The new food law is now under revision, proving how easy it is to get a law changed in the food industry.

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LE WEEK-END: At Last A Film That Captures 60+

Apr 7, 2014

Behind these questions for all of us is the human urge to create a meaningful life. It’s the same urge that propelled us in our twenties, except now there are limits imposed.

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He finally met the mother leaving fans with mixed feelings about the finale

Apr 4, 2014

Monday night, CBS concluded How I Met Your Mother’s legendary nine-season streak with a finale that shook viewers off their feet.



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Opinion: Thoughts on McCutcheon v FEC

Apr 2, 2014
Opinion: Thoughts on McCutcheon v FEC

April 2, 2014Today, the Supreme Court ruled in McCutheon v FEC that wealthy individuals may donate unlimited funds to candidates, political parties, and political action groups. Where does most of that money go?  Into local TV stations for politic...

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Scholarship deadlines are over and students begin preparing for the next round of applications

Apr 1, 2014

Multiple opportunities throughout the semester lend students to gain some extra money to put towards education; over the spring break was one such opportunity students took.

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Repairs on walkways throughout campus will improve safety for disabled students

Apr 1, 2014

In a world not designed for your convenience, the ability to adapt is key. 



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Implementation of designated bike lanes will greatly improve pedestrian and biker safety

Apr 1, 2014

Sacramento State’s campus is not exactly the most bike-friendly CSU campus, but some changes in policy may greatly improve this issue. 





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