Monday, February 18th, 2019

News Briefs

Posted on March 05, 2018 by Sarah Tewksbury in News

Sarah Tewksbury, Staff Writer Trash filled lot reveals the plywood home of three children Just outside of Joshua Tree, CA, police found three children, ages 11, 13 and 14, living in a makeshift shack on the same lot with 30 to 40 cats. They were living in the plywood structure with their mother on the trash […]

Letter from the Editor: Goodbye, Free Press

Posted on February 07, 2018 by Sarah Tewksbury in News, Perspectives

Sarah Tewksbury, Editor-in-chief With this letter, I write my last piece for the Free Press as the editor. At this point in time, I have decided that this is the perfect moment for me to take my leave as the leader of the paper. When I was elected to the position in April, I was […]

Here’s what happened while you were away

Posted on January 28, 2018 by Sarah Tewksbury in News

Sarah Tewksbury, Editor-in-chief Republican tax bill passes The GOP’s $1.5 trillion tax bill was passed into law by Congress on Dec. 20 after hitting the floor in both the Senate and the House. There were no Democrats that backed the bill. A permanent tax reduction rate for the corporate tax rate was a key factor […]

Letter from the Editor: You too?

Posted on October 23, 2017 by Sarah Tewksbury in News

Sarah Tewksbury Social media and the news are currently overflowing with testimonials from individuals who have been affected by sexual harassment or sexual assault. In 2006, activist Tarana Burke used the phrase “me too” to encourage females around the world, specifically women of color, to be conscious that they were not alone in their struggles […]