CAC Cactus

What does Black History Month Mean to Me?

Kamille Ritchie, Cactus Student Editor

March 3, 2016

For a long time, February was just a month to me. I remember celebrating Black History in elementary school, but we celebrated a lot of holidays back then. It was weird in a way. Growing up in a multicultural household, Black...

Enough is Enough

Enough is Enough

December 19, 2015

Read vs View!

Read vs View!

December 19, 2015

Over the Rainbow

Destiny Vasquez, Cactus Contributor

December 19, 2015

What do you say, what do you do, when a friend says they love and accept you, but doesn’t believe you should be able to get married like they can? In the midst of all the joy that came from June 26th 2015, when the Supreme Court...

Read vs. View!

Read vs. View!

October 29, 2015

Common Ground

Common Ground

October 29, 2015

Warning: the following content may trigger some feeling of sensitivity

Kamille Ritchie, Cactus Staff Writer

October 29, 2015

Have you heard the news? Apparently, college students are now too sensitive to talk about mature issues. The Atlantic, a D.C. based magazine, recently posted an article, “The Coddling of the American Mind.” Its authors, Greg...

Over the Rainbow

Destiny Vasquez, Cactus Contributor

October 29, 2015

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

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...

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