The Pepper Bough

What are the Sanctions to Sexual Assaults on College Campuses?

Audrey Leonard, Reporter

February 26, 2018

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According to RAINN.org, the definition of sexual assault is “sexual contact or behavior that occurs without explicit consent of the victim.” Pretty simple to understand, right? “No” should be easily understood. 1 in 5...

Mehul Garg takes ahold of genius level abilities

Cassandra Covarrubias, Reporter

February 20, 2018

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At the age of 10, Mehul Garg had became the youngest person ever to achieve 162 on the Mecha IQ test. He beat both known geniuses Albert Einstein and Stephen King. Mehul, also known as Mahi where he is from, was initially livin...

If You Tend to Over Sleep, Take a Look at This!

Cassandra Covarrubias, Reporter

January 24, 2018

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 Ever fall asleep too much on a weekend and still wake up tired? Surprise! You’re not the only one. It happens to many people around the world. It's true a good night's sleep is essential for health, but oversleeping has been linked to a host of medical problems, including diabetes, heart disease, ...

Why Did Late Start Change in the First Place?

Jinger Haberbush, Reporter

January 24, 2018

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Late start is a very essential part of a week for staff and students every week, and it had been recently switched to Thursday. Late start gives everyone a fresh start for everyone, instead of waking up early every morning for regu...

Will the Internet Ruin the Year Again?

Gavin Kale, Reporter

January 23, 2018

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2016 and 2017 were not very good years. People hope that this year will be better, but let’s be honest, this year is not going to be good. Literally on the second day of 2018, youtuber Logan Paul uploaded a video of him going into the...

The Major Impacts of Suicide Bombings

Monzerrat Gonzales, Reporter

December 7, 2017

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Suicidal bombing did not begin until 2004. The reason being is that suicide bombing became a tactic due to the Japanese kamikazes, who were scared to lose their nationalism in 1994 from the Americans. So, the kamikazes us...

The Holidays are Here, Mission Inn is Getting Everyone in a Great Mood!

Zaria Espinoza, Reporter

December 5, 2017

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Christmas is a great time of year for everyone. Even if you don’t celebrate Christmas, you can enjoy some beautiful lighting, amazing scenery, great music, fun rides, and some good food, all at Downtown Redland’s Missio...

Finals Week is Coming Soon! What Study Habits does the Pepperbough Recommend?

Jessikah Ybarra, Reporter

December 5, 2017

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With finals week just around the corner, many students are stressing out; for many reasons but usually because these students don’t know how to study. There are many ways to study but it depends on the studier you are. Some pe...

The End of a Year, Marks the End of a Semester

Jinger Haberbush, Reporter

December 4, 2017

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First semester is closing to an end. All the fall sports have ended, and the new ones are starting up with practices, and forming this year’s teams. First semester has accomplished an excellent schedule including homecoming, ...

KVCR Workshop Leaves a Huge Impact on High School Students

Jinger Haberbush, Reporter

November 9, 2017

Filed under Opinion

On November 4, 2017, Assembly member Eloise Gomez Reyes worked as a partnership with KVCR, located right by San Bernardino Valley College,and held an Media & Communication workshop. It started from 9 and ended to 12, with an...

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