The Triton Review

Challenging the campus vaping ban

Ethan Lundquist, Staff Writer

October 31, 2019

Many concerned people jump to conclusions about the similarities between tobacco cigarettes and their electronic counterparts without assessing how their dangers differ, and what it means to be a bystander when someone vapes. With ...

Decades-long parking struggle continues

Nellie Rivo, Staff Writer

October 31, 2019

As you enter the campus parking lot you are greeted with two different kinds of drivers, the ‘campers’ and the ‘vultures.’ The race for parking at EdCC begins as early as 8 a.m. and does not slow down until around 1 p.m....

Menstrual Products Still up for Debate

Sierra Buckley and Brent Anderson

June 7, 2019

By Brent Anderson Photographer The Center for Student Engagement and Leadership, CSEL, holds dozens of meetings each quarter. Most people probably picture several people with fancy name plates sitting around a table, talk...

Tackling the Taboo of Menstruation

Sierra Buckley, A&E Editor

May 14, 2019

For almost a decade I wouldn’t step foot in the menstrual product aisle at a grocery store- doing so would be confronting the most prevalent taboo in my life. For a long time I wouldn’t, couldn’t, talk about periods. Not unlike ...

FAFSA Help Needed for Computer Unfamiliars

Sierra Buckley, A&E Editor

May 14, 2019

Technology and finances are two things that tend to frustrate older generations, I’ll be the first to admit that I never turn in financial aid forms on time for this reason. In fact, I didn’t even fill out my FAFSA until M...

Seattle isn’t Dead Yet: KOMO’s Biased Reporting

Derek Bissell, Staff Writer

May 14, 2019

Is Seattle dying? On March 14, the KOMO special “Seattle is Dying” aired locally, but has since spread far and wide across the U.S. with over 3 million views on YouTube. KOMO news anchor Eric Johnson narrates over images...

Online Classes – Are They Right for You?

Yesenia Cisternes, Staff Writer

March 12, 2019

As a college student, you have choices. As you prepare for a quarter, you become aware of the classes you need to take. Whether its English or Biology, colleges offer face-to-face (regular, in class), hybrid (half the material ...

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