Hi, I'm Ashley.

This is a portfolio of articles I've written.

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I am an aspiring Journalist, currently writing for College of the Sequoia's The Campus Journal and pursuing an AA degree for Journalism.

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California to Soon Require Menstrual Products in Public Schools

Stock photo of menstrual products, including three pads and three tampons On Friday, October 8th, Gov. Gavin Newsom signed The Menstrual Equity Act, a bill that requires all California public schools and colleges to stock their restrooms with free menstrual products. Previously, California had passed a 2017 law that requires low-income schools to stock restrooms with free menstrual products for their students.

Review: Netflix’s Squid Game

Warning: This article contains spoilers for all episodes of Netflix’s Squid Game. Squid Game is a South Korean drama, written and directed by Hwang Dong-hyuk, which comments on the exploitation of the poor working class people of Korea. The show holds a purposeful and powerful stance against capitalism, showing the consequences and takes an in-depth exploration of the desperate measures those living under it will take. Disconnecting the show from the underlying themes for a moment, I can confi

The LA Vaccine Mandate is GOOD for California

It has been 649 days since the discovery of the COVID-19 virus and schools have finally started opening up again in August of 2021. The LA Times recently reported that 66.1% of Californians have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. However, due to the spread of misinformation through social media and certain problematic political figures, vaccine hesitancy continues to be a big issue when it comes to getting a vaccine mandate in place. Despite the backlash, LA Unified took steps

Celebrate the Halloween Season at Vossler Farms!

Fall has officially begun in the Central Valley and with that comes a beloved tradition for the citizens of Visalia. Every year, Vossler Farms Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze opens during the Halloween season. Along with it comes their well-known pumpkin patch, enormous corn maze and terrifying Field of Screams. This year, they celebrate 22 years in Tulare County. The farm opened Saturday, September 25th and many people showed up to enjoy the fun. One of those to show up is Alfonso Morales, who s

COS Theatre Department Returns in October!

Shakespeare’s much beloved play about marriage, trickery, and secrets comes to all three College of the Sequoias campuses throughout the month of October. Much Ado About Nothing is a comedy play thought to have been written between 1598 and 1599. This classic play tells the story of two pairs of lovers deceived into believing scandalous things about their partner, causing a huge mess for everyone involved. Much Ado About Nothing was known to be incredibly popular after it’s release and is one o

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