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Lizten Up: Asian diminution

Posted September 22, 2017 by Elizabeth Liu

Asian. Five letters. 4.3 billion people. How can it possible that sixty percent of the United State’s population is forced to confine their heritage to one word? As I sit here, filling form after form and bubble after bubble, I can’t help but feel my heritage is confined to a single category that cannot possibly […]

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Rams observe Yom Kippur

Posted September 22, 2017 by Elizabeth Liu

Yom Kippur is a day of communal and personal atonement for sins committed during the year. According to tradition, God decides each person’s fate, on Yom Kippur, so Jewish people are encouraged to ask for forgiveness. “This holiday allows one to take a look at what they actually have,” Saldana said. “We take things, such […]

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Chavez, Frausto celebrate Hispanic heritage

Posted September 22, 2017 by Elizabeth Liu

Junior Valeria Chavez and Sophomore Vivian Frausto believe Hispanic Heritage is something that should be celebrated year round. On one hand, there is Chavez who embraces her culture by standing up for what she believes in and attending marches, while Frausto stays in touch with family traditions that keep her close to her roots. “One […]

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