Madina Safdari

Madina Safdari

Freshman at Moorpark College majoring in Psychology and Journalism
‘Jazz at LACMA’ helps L.A. get funky

‘Jazz at LACMA’ helps L.A. get funky

https://youtu.be/CKTFux478iY Every Friday, from April through November, thousands of Angelenos and tourists attend the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) to enjoy "Jazz at LACMA." The event is one of the museum’s signature programs that unites people of all...

Photo story: Granada Hills Charter says #ENOUGH

Photo story: Granada Hills Charter says #ENOUGH

On Wednesday, March 14, Granada Hills Charter High School students, teachers and staff came together to say enough. Enough school shootings. Enough gun violence. Enough inaction. After 17 students were killed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, GHC students...

American standard of living harms the environment

American standard of living harms the environment

It’s quite simple: more money, more problems. That sentiment is especially true when it comes to sustainability and conservation. According to the Huffington Post article, “Redefining environmentalism: The paradox of wealthy environmentalists,” American families that...

Opinion: The power of political satire

Opinion: The power of political satire

Comedy and politics have been a match made in heaven for as long as conflict has existed. With this in mind, the current presidency has led to a surge in comedians taking jabs at the administration and poking fun at their faults. Some of the more prominent figures...

Wrongful convictions on the rise in America

Wrongful convictions on the rise in America

In a time where DNA evidence and magnetic fingerprinting lead forensic investigations, it is hard to believe that the National Registry of Exonerations observed that 149 people were exonerated for wrongful convictions in 2015. Wrongful conviction is classified as a...