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    Cheap Eat$ in Oakland

    Old Chinatown offers up plenty of sandwich options

    The life of a student often means that you have limited time for lunch and less than $6 in your wallet. While the Laney cafeteria offers the tried-and-true options, only a minute's walk or bike ride from campus, a world of new flavors awaits at a price that will make most students say, "Double that order."

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    The Taco Truck: An abbreviated popular pilgrimage

    Cheap Eat$ in Oakland

    The luxury of the California taco truck is something to cherish and honor, as it provides convenience, affordability and sustenance, with a flavor that is both traditional and acculturated to the Western United States pallet.


Carl Oliver new ASLC president

Financial aid, student inclusion top priorities

A new individual will be stepping into the role of president of the Associated Students of Laney College.

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Cat Vid Fest: a social experiment

It was enough to make Grumpy Cat smile. The Oakland Internet Cat Video Festival, held May 10 and 11, was a rousing two-day celebration of the Internet, art, and most importantly—cats.

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Collins is a trailblazer for gay sports athletes

The sports world was recently upended by the news that NBA player Jason Collins made his declaration in becoming the first male in a major U.S. team sport professional athlete to declare that he is openly gay and is still active in his sport. 

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Oakland youth speak truth to power

NAACP forum has kids asking tough questions

African-American youth filled the first two rows of chairs lining the congregation room of the Acts Full Gospel Church in Oakland on April 27, clad in white t-shirts reading “OAKLAND NAACP Youth Leadership Conference.”

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Bynes’ behavior: attention grab?

What has Amanda Bynes taught us lately? Sometimes there is such a thing as being too free.

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