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STUDENT VIEWPOINTS: A perfect Valentines gift?

STUDENT VIEWPOINTS: A perfect Valentine’s gift?

February 13, 2024
Adanna Onyenze: “Something that the person has mentioned before but probably doesn’t think that you noticed. I honestly think it’s a little cliche to stick with basic flowers and chocolate kind of feels like a half-hearted. They haven’t had a chance to do something just doing something. I guess you could say out of the box or something that the person would expect quite a bit appreciate.” Kaitlynn Pearson: “Posterboard, chocolate teddy bear does it every time. OK, so the posterboard, I like stuff that's...
Admiration and inspiration: Black History Month

Admiration and inspiration: Black History Month

Kee West, Staff Writer | February 12, 2024
Black history has been buried for decades and washed away. However, Black history has made America, America. From the creation of the ice cream scoop to the invention of GPS, Black history is one to relish. Black history has inspired many cultures, music, styles and languages, jokes and animation, superheroes, and religion, and as such, can be found in many aspects of modern culture today. Black history studies here at the Richland campus of Dallas College have come and gone. At...
Chris Christie, left, Nikki Haley, Ron DeSantis, and Vivek Ramaswamy debate during the third GOP primary debate on Nov. 8, 2023. Only Haley and Donald Trump remain candidates.

Presidential elections: Every vote matters

Key West, Staff Writer | February 6, 2024
This year there are major elections happening in Texas. Everyone may already know that we have our U.S. presidential election this year. But did you know we have U.S. Senator Ted Cruz on the ballot this year as well? Representatives in the U.S. and Texas House of Representatives are on the ballot, as well as district judges, and city council members and others. The last day to register for the March 5 Texas primary elections is Feb. 5. The primary elections will determine who will make it to the general...
Chronicle photo and story of the semester

Chronicle photo and story of the semester

December 27, 2023
Check out this semester's Chronicle staff choice for both favorite photo and favorite story of the fall term.
STUDENT VIEWPOINTS: Student Walk for Palestine

STUDENT VIEWPOINTS: Student Walk for Palestine

December 6, 2023
In this issue of the Chronicle, we ask students their opinion about the Muslim Student Association's Walk for Palestine on the Richland campus.
Dallas College students and advisers at the ACP/CMA conference in Atlanta.

We want diversity, but you are not included

Xavi Villarreal, Staff Writer | December 4, 2023
Imagine working a big portion of your life for a specific goal. Imagine doing all in your power to be able to make said goal. It’s all you want, and yet you know the odds are stacked against you. Recently, I had the privilege of attending the Fall National College Media Convention in Atlanta. Throughout different workshops and speeches, there was one moment that sadly stood out to me. A journalist from...
STUDENT VIEWPOINTS: Favorite Thanksgiving foods

STUDENT VIEWPOINTS: Favorite Thanksgiving foods

November 23, 2023
Ais Bannister: “We usually cook at my grandma’s house – turkey, mash potatoes, green beans, dinner rolls, just lost of stereotypical Thanksgiving food.” Jasmine Gambia: “For Thanksgiving, I’m going back home to my parents’ main house. We’re going to hangout. It’s nothing formal, it’s just Filipino food, it’s traditional stuff like grilled pork, exotic stuff.”
STUDENT VIEWPOINTS: Thanksgiving traditions

STUDENT VIEWPOINTS: Thanksgiving traditions

November 21, 2023
Aster Pearson: “Thanksgiving I’d usually go to on my father’s side. We’d usually go to my grandmother’s, but then with my mother it’s an entirely different deal.” Lan Vu: “I’ve been here for two semesters. I don’t know maybe going around the city. I haven’t really planned out for Thanksgiving.”
Dystopian reality

Dystopian reality

Aislyn Smith, Editor-in-Chief | November 15, 2023
Dystopian fiction is a genre of literature in which everything is, simply put, bad. There are different classifications of dystopian worlds. The goal and messages of these worlds remain the same; Do not become us. But what happens when the warnings given are not heeded? When everything that society doesn’t want to become turns into reality? That may be the path the world is on now, and it all begins with a simple question. What are you willing to give up for safety? “Brave New World,” written by...
STUDENT VIEWPOINTS: Riding DART

STUDENT VIEWPOINTS: Riding DART

October 26, 2023
Miguel Rosales: “I really like the DART. It’s like a 7 out of 10 because growing up I used to ride it all the time. It’s so dirty and it’s so unmaintained. Like, there’s this underground station in Dallas that smell like straight feces.” Steven Saban: “It’s pretty good, I’d probably say a 8 over-all. Sometimes there’s some disruptive people on the bus.”
STUDENT VIEWPOINTS: The state fair

STUDENT VIEWPOINTS: The state fair

October 22, 2023
Ethan Penny: 7/10 "The food was good, but the light show was amazing. I do wish it had more variety on the rides there were available, though." Jude Elsadi: 8/10 "It's always a fun time to go to the fair, you can have fun with your family and the rides are enjoyable. I'd give it a 10/10 if the food was cheaper."...
Student VIEWPOINTS: Weird things

Student VIEWPOINTS: Weird things

October 16, 2023
Marcos Resencez: “There’s an old man that comes into my anatomy class and since I’m sitting right next to the door... He’s, like, ‘Young man, what’s that crap on the board?’ ... ‘That’s a skin’ ... ‘Yeah, I got one of those.’ And I’m just like, ‘OK.’” Sofia Salazan: “I saw a rat jump out of the garbage truck. I think the turtles are weird because, like, when you walk across the bridge they imme- diately come up because they think you’re gonna feed them?”
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