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Op-Ed: A new approach to ending homelessness

Where will you sleep tonight? If the answer is at home, in your bed, maybe even next to someone you love, then you are...

Earthquakes in Mexico call for greater preparation in California

Soon after the destruction caused by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma settled in, Mexico was hit by two powerful earthquakes and several aftershocks. The first...

Tall Tail #5

Covering the “alt-right” is a necessary evil

As our country’s political and social climate becomes more strenuous by the day, media outlets are faced with a unique problem: Their coverage can...

Giving monkeys human rights undermines what it means to be human

On September 11, photographer David Slater and the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) agreed to an out-of-court settlement on a two-year...

Evergreen State riots accomplished nothing but chaos, don’t let it spread

By: Andreas Rauch, SSW and Evan Ismail, SSW “There is a huge difference between a group or coalition deciding to voluntarily absent themselves from a...

Reality will have the last word on climate change denial

This is a political year. That means everyone has opinions about where the world should be headed and how we should get there. No...

Fixing toxic comment sections requires light moderation and guidelines, not censorship

  Everyone who’s visited the internet has seen the ugliness that a website’s comment section can host. Oftentimes, hate, slander and generally ignorant comment threads...

Personal accountability facilitates strong employer and employee relationships

From my experience as a writing tutor at UCR's Academic Resource Center for the past three years, I've noticed how students constantly struggle to...

Opinions: The year in review, and the year ahead

2016: The very opinionated year An election year is always a good time to be opinionated, especially one as crazy and unpredictable as 2016, when...