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Beyond the college (small) talk

Elizabeth Posey, Co-Editor-in-Chief

November 1, 2019

Seniors, how many times have you been at a social or family gathering and been asked about college? Probably too many to count. Adults light up at the opportunity to make small talk about one of your first major life decisions, relis...

Revisiting Guidelines for Sexual Harassment

June 8, 2019

In the light of the #MeToo movement and changing attitudes towards sexual harassment, it is unacceptable that Branham still has no efficient and consistent protocol regarding sexual harassment allegations on campus. Branham’s curre...

PG&E: Procrastination Gas & Electric

Laura Heffernan, Arts & Entertainment Editor

April 23, 2019

Students aren’t the only ones who procrastinate. Even though its known about it since December 2017, PG&E has yet to fix a utility pipe that has slowed down construction. The problem was caused by a misplaced utility pipe....

The Many Waves of Feminism

Jazzy Nguyen, Staff Writer

April 23, 2019

In the last ninety years, the most prominent aspects of American Society have undergone drastic changes—one of those prominent aspects being gender. While feminism is a concept that first emerged in different times and places a...

Executing injustice

Executing injustice

April 5, 2019

Learning in Fear

Learning in Fear

February 14, 2019

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