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Cashless stores may not be as great as expected

Tanya Yarian, Staff Writer

November 14, 2018

Filed under All, Opinion

More stores across the nation have turned cashless in hopes of having greater outcomes for their business; however, the opposite may be the result. Business owners believe that not having cash in their stores is much safer and more expected by people. At Dos Toros, a grocery store in L.A. County, the number of people using cash has dropped to 15 percent, accordi...

Reparations for the Armenian Genocide and the Armenian National Question

Rafael Aroustamian, Business Manager

November 14, 2018

Filed under All, Opinion

The term “The Armenian National Question” was coined in 1878 after the Congress of Berlin. Yet, to non-Armenians, the Armenian National Question is only known by few, and solutions to the question are almost nonexistent among...

ICE splits families apart

ICE splits families apart

November 6, 2018

How California can become red again

Michael Melkonian, Staff Writer

June 1, 2018

Filed under All, Opinion

California, once the red beacon of the Republican Party, has now become the blue ocean of the Democratic party. This didn’t happen overnight; this was a process that took decades to develop. Republicans controlled major state position...

The quiet game

The quiet game

May 21, 2018

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