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Kristen Quesada

Kristen Quesada has 16 articles published.

Entertainment

Movie Review: “Solo: A Star Wars Story”

Since the hype has decreased over the course of annual movies since the reintroduction of the series with The Force Awakens in 2015, Star Wars had to pull something new in order to keep the fans engaged. While I was expecting the same formula in Solo: A Star Wars Story, I was very pleasantly surprised. Keep Reading

Opinion

Common sense gun reform should not include a gun ban

“What we need is change, what we need is action, and if that means we need to take all the guns for the time being, then so be it,” said alumnus Emily Gutierrez. This sentiment of banning guns has turned into a frequently heard idea amid the gun controversies of today. However, when turning to other countries who have banned guns for examples, the result isn’t as dramatic as hoped. Keep Reading

Opinion

Why Israel has a claim to its land

The Jewish claim to Israel is frequently challenged since opposers believe the settlers took land that did not belong to them. However, Israel has historically been land that the Jews settled on since the founding of the faith. Keep Reading

Opinion

Think before you ink

Considering that approximately one out of five American adults has a tattoo, this regret is quite common. How much would that regret percentage decrease if people held off on getting a tattoo until they were older? Keep Reading

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Opinion

Pre-register to vote

How can you take a step into the political realm and exercise your voting rights before turning 18? Pre-register to vote. While you must be at least 18 years old to vote in elections, 16-year-olds may pre-register on or after their 16th birthday and may vote in any election on or after their 18th birthday without additional paperwork to fill out. Keep Reading

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