Letter to the Editor: Goodbye Antoura

Rachel Melikian

June 11, 2017

Filed under Opinion

The recent discovery of a cemetery containing the approximates remains of 300 orphaned children who were buried over one hundred years ago produced three documentaries and the fourth is underway. Before the documentaries, their...

Feminist Ideals Unfairly Misunderstood

Agnessa Kasumyan, Staff Reporter

March 19, 2013

Filed under Opinion

Tell people you support equality for women and they just might hear you out. Tell them you’re a feminist and suddenly you’re a ball-busting, bra-burning, baby killer with a deep-rooted hatred for men. A common misconception...

Biden Comes Out Ahead in VP Debates

Sal Polcino, El Vaquero Staff Writer

October 17, 2012

Filed under Opinion

Heading into a four-game series down 0 – 1, Vice President Joe Biden needed to score big to bring the Democrats back into the race. He did just that, dominating the debate against Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis. Unlike Jim Lehrer in...

SOPA Not a Solution to Online Piracy

Isiah Reyes, El Vaquero Staff Writer

March 13, 2012

Filed under Opinion

It’s true that online piracy hurts companies that sell intellectual property, but there is a benefit from having their products spread all over the Internet. Digital piracy is the act of obtaining materials online without...

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