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Cringe worthy trends – staff edition

Culture staff tells all.

Courtesy of McClatchy Tribune

May 1, 2014

Name: Alex HernandezEmbarrassing Trend: MySpaceWhy you are embarrassed: Now that I look back, it is so embarrassing to think about my “top 8” and all the drama of who your top friends are. I spent so many hours on a website I forget even exists anymore.Name: Steven SennEmbarrassing Trend: Turtle...

Get the job you want with a suitable resume

Get the job you want with a suitable resume

Elizabeth DeCicco

March 24, 2014

As graduation approaches for some Sacramento State students, feelings of excitement come near, but the overall fear of the employment world also creeps up. Building a resume is the launch of a career after college.Here are the best techniques to advertise your experience and skills to potential employers from the ...

Terry McMillian shares stories and inspiration

Terry McMillian shares stories and inspiration

McClatchy Tribune

February 9, 2014

“Happy Black History Month, even though I’m black all year long.”And with that, noted author Terry McMillan set the tone for a night full of laughter, wisdom, and insight.On February 6th, the New York Times author of such works as “How Stella Got Her Groove Back” as well as “Waiting to Ex...

Spring fashion trends include wedges, polka dots and leopard

Banana Republic leopard calf hair clutch. 

Brittany Lambert and Mitchell Wilson

February 15, 2012

The spring season is coming up and it will be time to stock up on fabulous spring fashions. But when students do not want to spend all of their paycheck to get that cute spring dress, what can they do? Finding a great deal means looking cute for spring and not being a fashionable, broke college stude...

Today’s young popstars have no talent

Miley Cyrus at a concert::McClatchy Tribune


November 10, 2010

Cole Mayer What hath the normally good music world wrought? Young stars with little to no talent, such as Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber and Taylor Momsen. These stars are near-ubiquitous in today's society, when they really should just go away. There once was a man who performed on stage, his mullet sway...

New law out of touch with culture

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Briana Monasky

October 15, 2008

Technology consumes us, or better yet, we can't stop consuming it. It isn't merely one facet of our lives that it affects; it's everything. We pay bills, register for school and stay up to date on news via the Internet. We shop online, we e-mail, we chat and for a while now, we have been doing it all on our ...