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Over the Rainbow

Destiny Vasquez, Cactus Contributor

October 29, 2015

Filed under Editorial & Opinion

Kim Davis has been making headlines lately, if you haven’t heard of her, she has become quite notorious, and for this edition’s Over the Rainbow column I’m going to tell you a little bit about her. Kim Davis is a Kentucky...

Over the Rainbow

Destiny Vasquez, Cactus Staff Writer

September 26, 2015

Filed under Around Campus, Art & Entertainment, Editorial & Opinion

How good is your “gaydar?” To most, it is a seemingly harmless way to identify LGBTQ+ individuals based on some aspect of their personality or dress code or perhaps other stereotypical judgments we all tend to cast on others...

Putting the “Unity” in Community College

Audrey Bimbi, Cactus Contributor

September 26, 2015

Filed under Around Campus, Editorial & Opinion

My first year at CAC was marked with an everyday, boring routine: I was either going from one class to the next, or going to buy some food and finding a place to sit. My earphones and phone’s music playlist were my best buddies...

The Business of Education?

The Business of Education?

September 24, 2015

The End of the Rainbow

Destiny Vasquez, Cactus Writer

May 12, 2015

Filed under Around Campus, Editorial & Opinion

Bisexuals, “the final frontier.” “When will they make up their minds?” seems to be the question most people ask when bisexuals are brought up. They are a misunderstood minority, not only amongst heterosexuals, but also...

Dear Cactus

Monique Irish, Cactus Contributor

May 12, 2015

Filed under Around Campus, Editorial & Opinion

Oh Cactus, dear, sweetest Cactus… it seems like just yesterday my advisor was recommending the Publications MSC110 course for spring of 2013. I was initially confused because during my first semester, I was unsure whether or...

He Said, She Said: The Graduate

Melissa Sikes and Anthony Vega

May 12, 2015

Filed under Editorial & Opinion, He Said / She Said

The Movie Charles Webb’s The Graduate, the tale of a confused young man fresh out of college and his dubious affair with his father’s partner’s wife, has captivated audiences young and old. Published in 1963, The Graduate...

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