Campus needs more feminism

March 12, 2018 The Arka Tech 0

March is Women’s History Month. Across the U.S., there will be marches and demonstrations to mark the struggle of women to establish equality. Students will study the Nineteenth Amendment, which gave women the right to […]


Student success not measured in testing

March 5, 2018 The Arka Tech 0

When it comes to taking tests, many students have trained themselves to answer the multiple-choice questions and nervously debate which letter could be the right one. Filling-in-the-blank is, as defined by Merriam-Webster, simply “to provide […]


Change your view for a better vision

February 25, 2018 The Arka Tech 0

Wakanda, the fictional homeland of Black Panther, is a utopian society for women. They are treated with respect and equality, hold positions of power in the government, actively participate in scientific research and development and […]


Creativity takes courage, have courage

November 6, 2017 The Arka Tech 0

October is a month of Hispanic Heritage, breast cancer awareness and Halloween, but, as of Oct.1, October became about the closing of the National Endowment for the Humanities with the Arts following close behind. We […]


Fight for public lands continue

October 22, 2017 The Arka Tech 0

Yosemite. Yellowstone. Bear’s Ears. Acadia. National Parks. There’s nothing more American. Every so often, public lands become a matter of national debate because various representatives and/or senators want to transfer public lands from the federal […]


Fake news versus credible news

September 30, 2017 The Arka Tech 0

In the journalism world, there is hard news, which are fact-based, “hard-hitting journalism” type stories, and soft news, which are stories that are more focused on the human element. However, recently journalists have had to […]