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Paris attacks shows American media has double standards

MAC WALBY, Editor-in-Chief

November 20, 2015

And here we are again; waking up to the painful realization that this wonderful life we've created for ourselves in the West isn't in a bubble, that our actions have consequences. Decade after decade of cutting up, blowing...

Human trafficking victims need more support from society

ANNA NAVIN, Channels Staff

September 11, 2015

Human trafficking sounds like a horror that only occurs in the most remote parts of our world. Yet across the globe millions of people are victims of modern day human trafficking, and at least 80 percent of these victims are trapped in the sex i...

Yes means yes: a new approach about sexual responsibility

MEGAN RANDOLPH, Channels Staff

May 1, 2015

In an attempt to engage both men and women in a discussion about sex crimes in college communities, City College has ramped up its efforts to make a meaningful impact on sexual assault. Aided by new legislation in Senate Bill...

Faculty holds forum at Garvin after art installation fallout

VERONICA VILLARREAL, Channels Staff

April 8, 2015

A panel of seven faculty members lead a forum that addressed misappropriation in the context of several different cultures Tuesday at Garvin Theatre. As they provided insight into cultural appropriation to an engaged but dwind...

An Orwellian world activated through your electronics

MAC WALBY, Associate Editor

March 27, 2015

In the 1940s, George Orwell wrote in his novel “1984” about a brutal, authoritarian dictatorship that used technology to watch and listen in on the citizens of Oceania. He imagined a world where people constantly lived...

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