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Revenge porn laws prioritize violators over victim’s safety

Collin Mims

April 30, 2018

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In some ways, this has been a good year for addressing rape culture: the callout of Hollywood sexual assault scandals, the conviction of Bill Cosby and the rise of the #MeToo movement all point to a necessary social change in...

Cosby conviction sparks debate over lack of legal action against Trump and Weinstein

Sierra Rozen and Lauren Sanchez

April 30, 2018

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After a little more than two years, and Bill Cosby has finally been convicted on three counts of sexual assault. It has been a long and harrowing journey as the nation watched the downfall of someone who had once been known ...

Dog days are over: Creative research replaces Capstone thesis

Sarah Gonzales

April 25, 2018

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With the new general education curriculum on the rise, the once dreadful Capstone course has transitioned into a variety of Culminating Experience courses, courses with criteria designed to focus on a student’s specific maj...

Editors reflect on favorite Pulitzer Prize Winners

Amanda Gonzalez, Joey Hadden, Andrea Guzman & Brandon Paz

April 16, 2018

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Pulitzer Prize winners were announced Monday, with awards doled out for topics from the reporting that sparked the MeToo movement, to non-fiction writing that examined the contemporary criminal justice system. Here’s a few of our f...

What the Aziz Ansari case does for the #MeToo Movement

Lilli Hime

January 29, 2018

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The Ansari article is a landmark in the #MeToo movement and, for some, it’s a breaking point. People are split on whether it opens up a wider conversation or if it was just a bad date, and whether the movement has overreach...

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