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Plot Twist: Juice cleanses aren’t healthy

Juice cleanses have been all the rage in the last few years. Trendy juice bars are popping up all over the place, and you’ve probably encountered an advertisement, celebrity or even a friend that told you a juice cleanse would rid your body of toxins,

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Political Activism

In light of the recent election, political activism has become more and more entrenched in modern American culture. In a time when America is more politically divided than ever, it seems like every week, new marches and protests are being held to combat the latest

Are gap years a smart move?

I’m taking a gap year… by James Noh Whenever I tell other students “I’m taking a gap year,” it is often met with astonishment, confusion, and even the occasional “what’s a gap year?” Clearly, taking a gap year—deferring enrollment to college for one year after

Why Orange County needs sanctuary cities

Sanctuary cities offer a refuge to illegal immigrants. Even though the term “sanctuary city” isn’t legally defined, it generally means a city where police stations do less to deport illegal immigrants than the federal government wants. Because counties—not cities—usually run jails, and jails are where