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Wednesday, November 14, 2018

ASUCR has no reason to be proud of this year’s elections

Elections Director Taylor Brown announced the results of the 2018-2019 ASUCR elections last Monday, and while there was quite a bit of applause and cheers for the new executive cabinet members and senators, there...

Sex and the White House: Have we become desensitized?

Not since the Clinton presidency has sex been so prominent in American politics. It was after his famous claim that he "did not have sexual relations with that woman” that Clinton was charged with...

Bailey Davis attempts to level playing field for NFL cheerleaders

Former New Orleans Saints cheerleader Bailey Davis has filed a discrimination complaint against the team with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). The complaint asserts that there are two sets of unequal rules:...

UC tuition delay does not solve California’s higher ed crisis

In a victory for California’s public higher education students, the University of California Board of Regents has delayed a vote to increase UC tuition by $342 for the 2018-19 academic school year. The delay...

Blackface vs. critical tweets: California universities are struggling to balance free speech with respect

It’s clear that there is a certain unevenness in how “freedom of speech” is defined, regarded and respected at public universities when it comes to offensive speech — an unevenness, as pointed out by...

Four years of failure: An appeal for change for the new ASUCR regime

It has been my pleasure, or more accurately, my displeasure, to watch the operations of our student government for the last four years as a member of The Highlander Newspaper. The inner workings and...

Cricket and the coming change in American sports culture

Is it odd that soccer in the United States was once considered a women’s sport? This is not just stereotypical — the popularity of soccer, known as football internationally, rose stateside with the victories...