May 2016


Pros and Cons of Recycling

Ryan-Michael Jesus For Trion’s Call In today’s world, it is safe to say that recycling is something that is necessary, yet there are not as many people doing it as we would hope. There isn’t…





Is Guam prepared for Zika?

  The Zika virus is a disease that is transmitted through one of Guam’s most common pests – mosquitoes, particularly mosquitoes of the Aedes genus, and mainly Aedes aegypti in tropical regions. This is the…


Dry spell could leave Guam’s aquifers salty

  The recent dry spell that Guam has been experiencing may have consequences on the island’s primary source of water: Guam’s aquifers – underground water sources located in northern parts of the island.   As…



Addressing panhandling among homeless on island

Oftentimes, people who panhandle in Guam claim it is their last resort. Panhandling is a pervasive social issue in Guam that prompted government officials to pass Bill 75-32, also known as the Aggressive Panhandling Act…


UOG parking addressed in 2025 master plan

Parking at the University of Guam continues to be a hot topic and concern. According to an article in the October 2015 issue of Triton’s Call, two areas on campus were assigned as overflow parking…


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