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Ladies vs. Gentlemen: Being a nerd

We all know that guys and girls, men and women, have distinct physical traits such as gender-specific variations of the hips and shoulders, and...

The fault in our activism: What the Facebook filter won’t do

In many respects, social media has provided an incredible gateway for the mass publicization of global issues. As a result, people have resorted from...

“No” to ill-gotten money, “Yes” to divestment

You are sitting in your world history lecture hall and learn of past events involving people from years gone by and events on lands...

We need to talk about sex

With the passing of the law “yes means yes,” California became the first state to clear any misconceptions surrounding consent. The campaign behind it...

Students are at the biggest loss with the new tuition hikes

By now, almost everybody knows about the approval of UC President Janet Napolitano’s plan for up to a 5 percent increase of tuition annually...

Ferguson decision is only fuel to an already-burning fire

On Nov. 24, 2014, a grand jury decided against indicting police officer Darren Wilson for the murder of 18-year-old Michael Brown. The indictment would...

Letter to the Editor: Tuition Hikes Are Unfair

According to the think tank Demos, $2,100 was the average price of tuition for an academic year when I was in college in the...

Why the tuition hikes are a necessary evil

It seems that despite the best efforts of the student body to protest it, the dreaded tuition hikes will be implemented. Beginning next year,...

Letter to the Editor: Chancellor Announces Two New Administrative Positions, Encourages...

Editor’s Note: The following is a work of satire based on the events described in the Issue 09 article, “Wilcox takes heat from students...

Editorial: The new age of social media protests

It’s been true for a long time that the spread of social media has changed what we do and how we do it. We...