Editorial

Bad Romance

Jun 16,2022

Dakota has just moved into her new apartment. She came from another part of the island so she could be closer to her job. Her new landlord, Dale, is extremely nice. She notices almost immediately how attentive he is to her needs and concerns.

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Family Secrets Can Be Hard on Children

Jun 16,2022

I recall a young man coming into therapy with feelings of depression. His mother accompanied him to my office to sign the consent form because of his age. She joined us for the last few minutes of our meeting, with his permission, to share her impression of him.

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Composting Methods from your Apartment

Jun 09,2022

In response to the Alameda County Industries latest Alameda Sun editorial (“ACI Trash Talk April 2022,” April 21), Katie Griffin of EcoWatch, a website that publishes science-based content on environmental issues and solutions for a healthier planet, published Linnea Harris’ EcoWatch composting g

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Turning into an Urban Legend

Jun 02,2022

There is something like a rumor, or myth or common belief that is only a story someone made up and people liked it, so they believed it.

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School Violence and School Safety

May 30,2022

[Last Tuesday’s] shooting in Uvalde, Texas has now claimed the lives of [19 children and two teachers.] These lost lives, like many others before them, are now part of the recurrent nightmare gun violence continues to exact on communities across our country, and on some of the youngest and most v

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Is Ranked-Choice Voting Good for Alameda?

May 19,2022

Elections in larger cities normally use a Primary Election to eliminate extra candidates so that just two candidates appear on the regular election ballot. The two candidates with the most votes run against each other.

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