Kylea Pearson

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I am an English Major currently attending Skyline Community College. I enjoy writing articles for my college paper on all types of topics, as well as analyzing books and theories.

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Editorial: Video Games Are Art

We are always told to go outside, put our controllers down, pay more attention to the things around us instead of what's on our screens. Video games have held this stigma that playing them will just "burn our brain cells" and have no benefit toward our growth or mindset.

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Adulting: The True Art Form

In today's society, there is no such thing as becoming an adult considering the consistent growing and molding we all have to go through in our lives. What is an adult? Biologically, it is someone who has reached sexual maturity, around ages 12-14. Psychologically, it is when you "complete adolescence" and reach young adulthood which...

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Journalism's Impact: The View From Here

Journalism is a privilege that not every American citizen can understand. Journalists get to use their platform for what they believe is important, such as news pieces, opinion pieces, sports coverage, feature articles, and more topics that involve giving information to the public in a specific format.

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Climate Change isn't Fake News

The earth we love and call home has been changing since the 1830s, according to Carbon Brief, an organization whose main focus is our climate. I was taught at a young age about global warming and how we as a society can help Mother Nature in these environmentally-trying times, but not everybody has the opportunity...

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A Woman's Limitations

There is a true inequality in the lives of men and women and it doesn't stop at unequal pay. The limitations of a woman's choice on whether or not to have children only emphasizes the need for change in gender inequality. There are women who do not want to have children or due to genetic...

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Artistic License

We are always told to go outside, put our controllers down, pay more attention to the things around us instead of what's on our screens. Video games h... Journalism is a privilege that not every American citizen can understand. Journalists get to use their platform for what they believe is important, su...

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Trojans lose close game against Las Positas Hawks

Recovering from a loss, the Skyline Trojans were off to a rough start in Wednesday night's volleyball game against Las Positas. In the first set, the rival Hawks began with a five to three lead with solid spike and serves from Las Positas player Sondra Montague; the Las Positas Hawks went on to win the...

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12/05/2018
Positivity in the Face of Political Trauma

The first step is acceptance. The world we live in is going to change and evolve whether we have control over it or not. There is only so much we can do for our society, and at some point, you need to do something for your own mental health. We get heated in discussions regarding today's politics and what the people in our government are doing “wrong.” In doing so, we can damage our own mentality and often find ourselves depressed, frustrated and in many cases, scared. We need to find ways to...

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09/10/2018
The rise of Asian representation in the media

rise of asian american representation in media - Staff Assignments desk The rise of Asian representation in the media Kylea Pearson (Editor in Chief) "To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before", "Crazy Rich Asians", "Bao". What these films all have in common is Asian representation. Main characters in films have typically been white, up until now. With this newfound explosion of popularity for "To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before", a movie based on a book written by Jenny Han, Asian representation is...

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Anti-abortion group on campus reignites free speech debate

College campuses are known for supporting differing opinions and ideas, but on Monday, Aug. 27, a different idea was displayed on the main campus in front of Building 6. Tall graphic images stood in the quad of unborn fetuses and "abortion aftermath." Pamphlets were strewn about the campus and those handing them out were walking...

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