Podcast: The Feature Is Ours Season 3 Episode 4

Campus News presents “The Feature Is Ours” hosted by staff members, and self-proclaimed movie buffs, Anastasia Landeros and Gustavo Buenrostro. On this episode, Anastasia is creeped out but also excited for Guillermo del Toro “Pinocchio” and Galileo!

October 23, 2018
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Podcast: The Feature Is Ours Season 3 Episode 3

October 9, 2018

Campus News presents “The Feature Is Ours” hosted by staff members, and self-proclaimed movie buffs, Anastasia Landeros and Gustavo Buenrostro. On this episode, Anastasia and Gustavo go into the the spiderverse and pitch James Gunn to Warner Bros.

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The Feature Is Ours Season 3 Episode 2

Campus News presents “The Feature Is Ours” hosted by staff members, and self-proclaimed movie buffs, Anastasia Landeros and Gustavo Buenrostro. On this episode, its the Anastasia episode featuring Gustavo talking wizards, poppins and angels, oh my.

September 25, 2018
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Comfort zone for LGBTQ+ students provided on campus

September 20, 2018

By Anastasia Landeros  The Student Health Center will host the LGBTQ+ & Questioning Student Discussion Group once a month in F5-211 from noon to 1 p.m. The group, started by Student Health Center Coordinator Cecilia Cruz in spring 2017, aims to connect LGBTQ+ and questioning students with each other. “Although I am the facilitator, my goal is to encourage students to talk to each other rather than to me,” said…

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The Feature Is Ours Season 3 Episode 1

Campus News presents “The Feature Is Ours” hosted by staff members, and self-proclaimed movie buffs, Anastasia Landeros and Gustavo Buenrostro. On this episode, the dynamic duo are back and they are here to talk about the Oscars, Henry Cavill’s chiseled jaw and their thoughts on the “Captain Marvel” trailer.

September 18, 2018
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Expensive coffee brings excitement

December 6, 2017

By Anastasia Landeros Kopi luwak, or coffee made from beans found in the feces of civets, will be available for tasting at the lecture “Animal, Commodity, Environment: Civets in the History of Indonesian Coffee” Friday in A2- 103. Civets are cat-like, nocturnal mammals that live in the tropical forests of Asia and Africa. Kopi luwak is coffee made from the bean of a digested coffee cherry that is retrieved from…

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Anthropology Club brings awareness to humans’ impact on Earth

December 6, 2017

By Anastasia Landeros Anthropology Club President Jonathan Salas wants his club to be the biggest one on campus. “The reason I want us to be one of the biggest clubs is because I think, with the members we have at the moment, and especially with the amazing advisers we have, I think we can truly make an impact on the student body,” he said. Professor Christine Sepulveda, the club’s co-adviser,…

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Net neutrality threatens consumer equality

November 16, 2017

By Anastasia Landeros Net neutrality is an essential right for every American citizen and the internet should be held accountable to the same standards as free press or the right to bare arms. The principle idea of net neutrality is that internet service providers  or the government cannot discriminate against, or charge differently for, the use of any internet content. In other words, ISPs like Comcast or Charter cannot give…

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The Feature Is Ours Season 2 Episode 9

Campus News presents “The Feature Is Ours” hosted by staff members, and self-proclaimed movie buffs, Anastasia Landeros and Gustavo Buenrostro. On this episode, Gustavo is lukewarm about “Venom” beginning production and Anastasia doesn’t know what she’s talking about.

October 26, 2017
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Students lack media literacy skills

October 25, 2017

By Anastasia Landeros Media Literacy should be a required course throughout the United States’ education system so students can critically sort through all the information available to them. Media literacy is knowing how to access, evaluate, analyze and create different forms of communication. The decline of media literacy has caused a massive drop in empathy and has hindered society’s ability to grow. The term “media” has been distorted in the…

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