Articles by RIANNE PEREDO

The need to expand awareness of hiking’s risks

Many people in Guam enjoy hiking–walking outside in a natural environment, often following a pre-charted path known as a hiking trail. However, some hikes involve more challenging terrain and other conditions for participants. Some examples…



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 Charter Day commences for the 48th year

The University of Guam held its 48th annual Charter Day on March 8. The theme for this year was “Triton Spirit: One University; Many Voices.” UOG Charter Day is a yearly event that is a…



Gift ideas for the holiday season

As the holiday season rapidly approaches, an important dilemma arises: what gifts will you get for your family and friends? Being a college student also means that you may be frugal and less susceptible to…


Student forum deliberates smoking issue

Students from the CO355 Communication Field Experience class taught by Lilnabeth Somera, Ph.D., held a forum to discuss Bill 141-33, or the Youth Protection Act, on Dec. 1. Through raising the smoking age from 18…



UOG prepares for WASC accreditation visit

Triton’s Call Staff An on-site accreditation review for the University of Guam will occur on April 18 to 20, 2016. This review will involve a physical visit to the university by the evaluation team. After the…



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