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Nuke Scare

Brendan Dickson, Staff Writer

January 29, 2016

For many Americans, the far-off threat of North Korea’s nukes just got a lot more real. On January 6, 2016, the government-run Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) released a statement claiming that the country had detonated a...

Let It Go: China’s One Child Policy Comes to an End

Clarissa Guglielmelli, Staff Writer

January 29, 2016

After easing up on their one child policy in 2013, China has finally let go of this policy altogether. After almost 40 years, China is now allowing two children per couple throughout the country. Through internet protests, strikes,...

Yes Means Yes: California’s Consent Classes

Samia Abbasi, Staff Writer

January 29, 2016

Healthy communication builds healthy relationships—whether it is in regards to friendships, love, family, or coworkers. Being able to explain your feelings to one another and working through problems through words, without huge...

What is the Gun Debate?

Lukas Chang, Staff Writer

January 29, 2016

With the presidential term ending for Obama and a new election coming up with some rather interesting characters, we are faced with issues such as taxes, the middle class, and, of course, guns. The gun debate is an ongoing...

Bowe Bergdahl

Paris Richardson, Photo Editor

January 29, 2016

Story and News podcasts are gaining popularity in this modern world.  Serial is finally back after a hiatus of nearly an entire year. The first season featured the compelling mystery of the murder of Hae Min Lee in Baltimore...

New Year, New Laws

Juliana Hartley, Staff Writer

January 28, 2016

At the stroke of midnight, January 1, 2016, many new laws came into effect for the state of California. These laws impact the rules of the road, medical fields and pharmaceuticals, salaries, as well as privacy, and safety. With...

Black Dots Making Better Lives?

Ashley Anderson, Wilcox and the World Editor

January 28, 2016

A Facebook post featuring a woman with a black dot on her palm and a description of its purpose went viral a few weeks ago, known as the Black Dot Campaign. A black dot on the hand signifies that the woman is a victim of domestic...

The Massive Mess in the Middle East

Shannon Reilly, Op-Ed Editor

January 8, 2016

The United States has been involved in Middle Eastern warfare and politics for a number of years, and recent developments and turmoil have led to the need for an explanation of some of the complex international relations there. Part 1: Israel an...

Faisal Mohammed: UC Merced Stabbing

The Scribe Editors

January 3, 2016

On November 4th, Wilcox Class of 2015 graduate Faisal Mohammad was shot after stabbing four people—two students, one construction worker, and one staff member—on the UC Merced campus. When he fled the scene, two shots rang ...

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