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OPINION: ‘Tis the Season: Doom, gloom meet Halloween
Editorial, Illustrations, Opinion

OPINION: ‘Tis the Season: Doom, gloom meet Halloween

OPINION: 'Tis the Season: Doom, gloom meet Halloween By Alejandro CarbajalBridge IllustratorPublished Sunday, Oct. 23, 2022 Alejandro Carbajal | Bridge illustrationDuring October 2022, the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse have nearly filled their ranks. Like Conquest invoking Pestilence, diseases such as monkeypox and COVID-19 threaten us. Like War spreading conflict and strife, the war between Russia and the Ukraine—as well as other global conflicts—cause the fear of nuclear war, while hurricanes and floods add more strife. The food-merchant symbolizing Famine raises costs as inflation soars on our economic rollercoaster. The world is turned upside down. Where is the fourth horseman? The pale rider known as Death may wait just around the corner.
OPINION: World loses valued leader
Editorial, Illustrations, Opinion

OPINION: World loses valued leader

OPINION: World loses valued leader Alejandro Carbajal | Bridge Illustration “I believe that, young or old, we have as much to look forward to with confidence and hope as we have to look back on with pride.”Queen Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor of the United Kingdom By Alejandro CarbajalBridge IllustratorPublished Sunday, Sept. 18, 2022 The world lost one of its longest-reigning leaders on Sept. 8 as Queen Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor of the United Kingdom passed away. Most of the world knew her simply as Queen Elizabeth II. Her full title included the following: by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and of her other realms and territories queen, head of the Commonwealth, defender of the faith. She was born April 21, 1926, in L...
OPINION: Federal loan repayments remain on ice, Biden loan forgiveness plan unreliable
Editorial, Illustrations, Opinion

OPINION: Federal loan repayments remain on ice, Biden loan forgiveness plan unreliable

OPINION: Federal loan repayments remain on ice, Biden loan forgiveness plan unreliable Alejandro Carbajal | Bridge illustration By Alejandro CarbajalBridge IllustratorPublished Wednesday, May 18, 2022 Once again, federal student loan repayments and interest are frozen up until Aug. 31, as announced by Biden’s administration. Though it benefits the average individual, providing relief from repayment, the negatives fall upon the government and economy, which must bear the financial burden. Biden loan forgiveness plan unreliable By David Gomez Jr.Editor-in-chiefPublished Wednesday, May 18, 2022 About 43.4 million people hold federal student loans, according to the studentaid.gov website. Let’s let that sink in for just a moment. About 92% of most loans, according to a Ju...
OPINION: To the grocery store or bust
Illustrations, In Our View, Opinion

OPINION: To the grocery store or bust

OPINION: To the grocery store or bust Alejandro Carbajal | Bridge Illustration By Alejandro CarbajalBridge IllustratorPublished Tuesday, April 12, 2022 With the ongoing war in the Ukraine caused by Vladimir Putin, gasoline prices are at an all-time high, impacting practically everyone. At this point, gas is worth its weight in gold, burning a hole in everyone's funds—meaning people will have to use less or find other methods to save on gas.
OPINION: Putin paints Ukraine red
Illustrations, International Affairs, Opinion

OPINION: Putin paints Ukraine red

OPINION: Putin paints Ukraine red Alejandro Carbajal | Bridge Illustration By Alejandro CarbajalBridge IllustratorPublished Friday, March 4, 2022 Vladimir Putin is on a warpath in the Ukraine, painting the country red with the blood of their forces, as well as civilians. Whether the Ukraine will prevail or fall to Putin's iron fist is a chance that either one could happen. Though once that war is over, what be Putin's next move?
OPINION: Citizens order rapid tests
Editorial, Health, Illustrations, Opinion

OPINION: Citizens order rapid tests

OPINION: Citizens order rapid tests Alejandro Carbajal | Bridge illustration By Alejandro CarbajalBridge IllustratorPublished Friday, Feb. 4, 2022 The United States launched a website where anyone can get rapid COVID-19 tests right to their doorstep, per household. For those who can't get a test at a clinic, this could be a life saver to have just in case. Interested persons can learn more at https://www.covidtests.gov/
OPINION: Avoid the plague doodles
Illustrations, In Our View, Opinion

OPINION: Avoid the plague doodles

OPINION: Avoid the plague doodles Alejandro Carbajal | Bridge illustration By Alejandro CarbajalBridge illustratorOriginally published in the full edition in print on Friday, Nov. 19, 2021 Finals: With final exams just around the corner, students will be trying hard not to get sidetracked by doodles while preparing for their evaluations.
OPINION: Halloween in moderation
Editorial, Illustrations, Opinion

OPINION: Halloween in moderation

OPINION: Halloween in moderation Alejandro Carbajal | Bridge illustration By Alejandro CarbajalBridge IllustratorPublished Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021 As we continue to move forward, the gray area continues to grow. We are neither regressing nor progressing rapidly but we have obtained a middle ground so we can resume the moments taken away by the novel coronavirus pandemic.
OPINION: Return to parking woes
Editorial, Illustrations, Opinion

OPINION: Return to parking woes

OPINION: Return to parking woes Alejandro Carbajal | Bridge illustration By Alejandro CarbajalBridge IllustratorPublished Monday, Sept. 6, 2021 It’s been nearly a year and a half since we’ve all been back to campus and now we’re face-to-face again. Now comes that special time where we’re getting up at the crack of dawn for that sweet parking space or risk making our own.
OPINION: 3 million too many to lose
Editorial, Illustrations, Opinion

OPINION: 3 million too many to lose

OPINION: 3 million too many to lose Alejandro Carbajal | Bridge illustration By Alejandro CarbajalBridge IllustratorPublished Friday, April 30, 2021 Since COVID-19 erupted onto the local scene in March 2020, the disease took 3 million people's lives. Some lost friends, family, coworkers and acquaintances. May they rest in peace as the fight continues with hope on the horizon.
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