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OPINION: Parenting in college requires perseverance, patience

May 11, 2022

Challenges are opportunities in disguise. During my college years, something happened called life, and I had to decide to either go back to school or remain stuck in a boring job, raising three small children...

OPINION: Redlining still hurts minority communities

OPINION: Redlining still hurts minority communities

VALERY TINAJERO, Contributor May 9, 2022

Growing up in a South Oak Cliff, a previously redlined neighborhood, allowed me to see the disparity of funding in certain areas. My area predominately serves a working-class population and lacks the lavish...

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EDITORIAL: Trustee incumbents should stay

May 3, 2022

On May 7, voters will choose three Dallas College trustees. This is the first board election since the consolidation into one college, and the results will determine the direction of Dallas College for...

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OPINION: NIL deals should be regulated to preserve college sports

May 3, 2022

NIL deals have the potential to ruin the competitive nature of college sports and people may not even realize it. On July 1, 2021 the NCAA approved a policy called NIL, which allows college athletes...

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OPINION: Stop fake news about the war in Ukraine

APRIL CALVO, Graphic artist April 18, 2022

You’ve probably heard of the war in Ukraine by now and come across posts about the conflict on social media. Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and other social media platforms restricted posts...

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Choose a healthy lifestyle for a brighter future

KETURAH JONES, Contributor April 6, 2022

It’s Lent season, a time when everybody is giving up chocolate to commemorate the sufferings of Christ. This is a great time for a lifestyle change, body, mind, and spirit. The body is the connector...

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Our View: 2030 plan will foster communication, engagement

April 5, 2022

Chancellor Justin Lonon’s 2030 plan will move Dallas College forward. The creation of measurable goals and key performance indicators will help Dallas College stay on track. The initiatives of...

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OPINION: COVID-19 is here to stay and we must change with it

GRAYSON LESLEY-MILBURN, Contributor March 8, 2022

The world is ending, or at least according to news headlines, politicians and pessimists. But what these headlines haven’t mentioned is the most important thing: COVID-19 is here to stay. The question...

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OPINION: Another Live Nation disaster is in the making

MOIRA McINTEE, Contributor March 7, 2022

What do a long history of safety violations, 10 dead and 300 injured and a $2 billion lawsuit have in common? Live Nation music festivals. And the entertainment company’s next big event appears to be...

An open letter to the new chancellor

An open letter to the new chancellor

March 3, 2022

Dr. Lonon, we would like to congratulate you on your new role as chancellor. We know you have a long record at Dallas College, including time working under three different chancellors, and we are confident...

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OPINION: Podcasts should enrich audience, not stoke controversy

CARLOS GUZMAN, Managing Editor February 18, 2022

Most of the time, when we follow a YouTube channel or podcast, we’re tuning in for the host. It’s natural for us to try to connect with the people on our screen. Even then, our favorite speakers...

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OPINION: Support will motivate immigrants to keep learning English

LONDY RAMIREZ, Contributor February 15, 2022

Imagine coming to a new country without knowing the language. It feels like you are coming out of a box for the first time and you have no idea of what is going on. I was born and raised in El Salvador,...

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