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A personal set of artifact and treasures discovered in 2004 of Frida Kahlo exhibit at de Young’s Irvis Orozco, Staff WriterDecember 2, 2020 In 2004 a treasure trove of intimate artifacts, sketches, paintings, Tehuana dresses and plasters all belonging to Frida Kahlo were discovered at La Casa Azul, the name for the artist’s lifelong house.Continue reading “Frida Kahlo’s exhibition opens at de Young Museum celebrating her life spent in SF”
As online classes have become the new normal, the college still needs to address distance learning issues Irvis Orozco & Athena Acevedo, Staff WritersDecember 16, 2020 The shift to online distance learning has caused many issues that can hopefully be fixed by the next academic semester. For many accomplishing a college degree might have gottenContinue reading “Five suggestions for ARC students and professors during distance learning”
California experiences an upsurge of anti-Asian hate crimes and COVID cases hitting the AAPI community Irvis Orozco, Staff WriterDecember 2, 2020 Anti-Asian racial bias related to the origins of the COVID-19 virus continues throughout California and the United States, as more than 1,116 hate crimes against the Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) community have been reported inContinue reading “Officials report surge in hate crimes against Asian-American Pacific Islander community”
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