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May, 2023

  • 31 May

    Small Businesses in the US are Losing Faith in the Financial System

    -Editorial In recent years, small businesses in the United States have been grappling with a significant issue: a loss of faith in the financial system. This worrisome trend is driven by multiple factors that have eroded entrepreneurs’ and business owners’ confidence, resulting in disillusionment and frustration. The consequences of this …

  • 30 May

    Technology Experts Call for AI Regulation Before It Causes Human Extinction

    -Editorial The rapid advancement of artificial intelligence (AI) has prompted calls from technology experts for urgent regulation to prevent potentially catastrophic consequences. Director James Cameron, known for his Terminator movies, has even paused his latest project to observe how the real world responds to the emergence of AI. In Cameron’s …

  • 30 May

    Baja California Forges Partnerships with Silicon Valley

    -Editorial                                                                                                                    In an effort to foster collaboration and promote innovative projects, representatives from innovation centers, technology companies, and educational institutions convened in Silicon Valley on May 25 and 26. The gathering aimed to establish alliances with key players, explore private capital funds, and engage with technology giants and artificial intelligence …

  • 29 May

    Imperial Valley College Launches Training Program for Lithium Industry and Geothermal Energy

    -Editorial Imperial Valley College (IVC), in partnership with the County of Imperial, EnergySource Minerals, BHE Renewables, and Controlled Thermal Resources, announced the introduction of the Lithium Industry Force Training (LIFT) program on Wednesday, May 24th. Starting in Fall of 2023, this program aims to provide the local workforce with the …

  • 26 May

    Beyond Graduation: Embracing the Path Ahead

    -Editorial Graduating from college is an exciting milestone, but it can also be a time of uncertainty and confusion as you navigate the transition into the next phase of your life. As you stand on the precipice of endless possibilities, it’s natural to wonder, “What’s next?” In this article, we’ll …

  • 25 May

    IVC Celebrates Mental Health Awareness Month

    -Editorial On Thursday, April 20th Imperial Valley College (IVC) Nursing and Allied Health Programs in collaboration with San Diego & Imperial Community College Regional Consortium held their first Annual VIP Luncheon for Healthcare Professionals. The event was hosted by the Associate Dean of Nursing and Allied Health Programs, Dr. Ortiz, …

  • 25 May

    Social Media and Its Impact on Youth Mental Health

    -Editorial In a recent Surgeon General’s Advisory, United States Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy shed light on the concerning connection between social media and the mental health crisis among children and teenagers. While social media platforms offer certain benefits, there is mounting evidence suggesting that they also pose risks to …

  • 24 May

    The strength of the national economy and the weakening of the dollar are the factors that fortify our currency

    By: Teodoro Rentería Arróyave, Journalist and Writer. According to an analysis titled “El euro, la Unidad Monetaria Asiática y el Renminbi amenazan la supremacía del dólar” (The euro, the Asian Monetary Unit, and the Renminbi threaten the supremacy of the dollar), the recent strength of the Mexican peso can be …

  • 23 May

    Bud Light’s Sales Plummet Amidst Controversial Partnership with Influencer Dylan Mulvaney

    -Editorial Bud Light’s sales have been on a downward trend following a controversial marketing campaign that had a significant impact on the brand’s image and may have caused long-term damage. The decline in sales can be attributed to a boycott that emerged after the company’s sponsorship deal with actress and …

  • 23 May

    Calexico CBP runs a relay to honor fallen law enforcement officers

    -Editorial U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Area Port of Calexico officers entered two teams into the 14th Annual Law Enforcement Relay Run hosted by the U.S. Border Patrol’s (USBP) El Centro Sector. The event honored the lives and careers of fallen law enforcement officers. Before the 24-mile race began, …

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