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OPINION: Let’s revitalize Laredo by focusing on change

OPINION: Let's revitalize Laredo by focusing on change STAFF POINT of VIEWBy Shelley RodriguezBridge Staff WriterPublished March 30, 2020 There is an unintentional line frequently said by children and teens all throughout Laredo. We hear it, think it and most probably even say it at least once in our lifetime if we’ve lived here: “I’m going to leave Laredo.” Some variation of that line passed down generation-to-generation to the point where we’re not even surprised when we hear it any-more. Shelley Rodriguez There’s something about this lovely city that makes its own residents want to leave time-and-time again. Al-though it’s easy to point out this town’s flaws, it is still no better to leave it the way it is as opposed to staying and implementing change. To put it simply,...
OPINION: Lessons aren’t just learned in class
In Our View, Opinion

OPINION: Lessons aren’t just learned in class

OPINION: Lessons aren't just learned in class EDITOR'S POINT of VIEWBy David Gomez Jr.Editor-in-chiefPublished March 30, 2020 Two shows left their mark on my psyche—and for the better—because I learned so much from them, especially about growing up. College life, they say, is some of the best years in your life. They also say those memories of mediocre food and “freedom,” are the best days anyone can ever experience in their life. David Gomez Jr. As of now, many people are enjoying their college life. This consists of meeting new people, stimulating the brain conversing with others taking the same courses and, of course, partying. These days, though, it is still practiced but most connections now start off by asking, “What shows do you watch?” An honest, straight-to-...
In Our View: Gambling with the Innocent
In Our View

In Our View: Gambling with the Innocent

The thought that someone would stoop so low as to forbid the entrance of unfortunate children, just to gain a bargaining chip, is unacceptable. The worst part about President Donald Trump’s current “temper tantrum,” is that if the U.S. Congress does not come to terms with his proposal, current benefactors of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) policy are at risk of being deported. (more…)
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