Las Vegas Coverage: A Media Frenzy

October 16, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Covering man-made disasters isn’t easy. Beyond the obvious emotional shock, there’s a need to be first with information. That often means bad information is being put out in the first hours after something happens. It also...

Stop the Scaremongering

Stop the Scaremongering

October 12, 2017

An Unforgettable Portrait of 9/11

Rory Cohen, El Vaquero Adviser

October 4, 2017

Filed under Opinion

On the morning of Sept. 11, 2001, Associated Press photographer Richard Drew was on his way to cover a maternity fashion show by Liz Lange at Bryant Park, known as Manhattan’s very own Town Square. Drew later recalled that he fou...

“The Last Inhabitant” Strikes Chord

Rachel Melikian, Contributing Writer

October 4, 2017

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  “God willing! But one’s heaven is in one’s birthplace. […] I wonder if there is a nation which has never lost its birthplace …” said Abgar. “Now I am on the run again.” Directed by Jivan Avetisyan and filmed in hi...

Swipe Left: Tackling Today’s Dating

Catalina Juarez, Staff Writer

October 2, 2017

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Dating in today’s generation of young adults has to be one of the most negative attributes of this era. It seems as if people will only date because they can either benefit from the other person or because they have their own ...

The Anti-Social Network

The Anti-Social Network

September 27, 2017

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...

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