Due to the world disaster of COVID-19, social distancing has become the norm for the last few weeks.
As COVID-19 has become more of a concern in the past weeks, there has been an unprecedented amount of money being used by the U.S. to help stabilize the economy.
With COVID-19 cases rising, the government urges residents to stay home and social distance, but is selfishly putting lives at risk to continue detaining immigrants.
With a lot of Americans out of work because of the pandemic people are worried how they will make next month’s rent or mortgage.
Staying at home should not be a motive for being inactive. Without nightlife and theme parks, students and community members are still finding ways to keep entertained.
We are facing a global health crisis and our hospitals are not equipped to deal with the amount of cases of COVID-19 that continue to increase significantly on a daily basis.
Taking online classes takes a lot more discipline than face-to-face classes, but it doesn’t need to be so difficult if you take into consideration the following tips.
By Melody Ortiz and Raymond Nava With COVID-19 or Coronavirus, causing many people to self-quarantine, many people have decided to take more drastic measures and have begun to panic shop, which is when people start to immediately buy supplies in mass bulk in the midst of a crisis. While it may be smart to stock up supplies in the wake of the virus and the need to self-quarantine, the lengths…
By Raymond Nava In 2019, Los Angeles County introduced new voting centers and machines which would replace the traditional polling places and voting system that had been used in past elections. However, the new voting machines are not better than the old method of voting. Unlike in previous elections, voters are no longer restricted to just their neighborhood polling place, but can now vote at any of the 1,000…
By Ivan Cazares The “Voting Solutions for All People” system, which was used for the first time during the California primary, is a more convenient and efficient way of voting than the system it replaced. Before the primary election, Los Angeles County voters and voters in the 14 other counties in which the Voter’s Choice Act went into effect had to vote at designated polling stations if they didn’t mail…