Articles By
Shannon Matsuda
Pride and morals
Opinion // December 17, 2018

For the longest time, the country has reinforced the separation between the Church and State despite being predominantly Catholic. The Constitution declared that the State shall not establish or prohibit a religion. Despite this law, there are still some leaders who do not adhere to basic respect towards it. To no surprise, our current President…


Creativity with a price
Opinion // October 27, 2018

Being creative may seem like a no-brainer to most who take them for granted. In reality, it’s never easy. Almost every week in my production classes, I have to come up with a story and produce it in a unique way through various mediums in a short span of time. Despite the tedious process, there…


Highlighting USG offices
General Elections News Feature // July 11, 2018

Throughout the school year, we were given updates on the University Student Government’s (USG) projects and developments through their respective social media pages. However at times, the sheer scope of our student government may get a bit overwhelming for some. With so many different offices and groups working together for the betterment of the student…