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What Mexico Can Learn From Venezuela in Upcoming Elections

Times are changing and they are changing fast. Emerging leaders invoke nostalgic memories of what the world used to look like and draw attention...

2016-17 Year in Review

Compiled by: Evan Ismail, SSW and Andreas Rauch, SSW Several events occurred at a local, national and global stage throughout the 2016-17 school year that...

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...

Trump’s budget proposes cuts to social programs

On Tuesday, May 23, President Donald Trump released his budget plan, titled “A Foundation for American Greatness,” that would cut the safety net for...

Why calling Donald Trump an illegitimate president hinders our movement against...

We’ve seen it splashed across our computer screens, Instagram feeds and bumper stickers since November: #notmypresident. The slogan corresponds to the sentiment that Donald...

White privilege and issues of proper representation in Hollywood’s “Ghost in...

Considering that Mamoru Oshii’s “Ghost in the Shell” has a strong popularity among anime fans that has lasted over 20 years, similar strong fan...

Coping with the pope-ing: Surviving a papal presidency as a non-Christian

With the insanity of the body-swapping incident claiming the personas of millions, perhaps there is no swap more significant than that between the sovereign...

Trump’s “War on Press” is a signal for more responsible news...

President Donald Trump’s political career has been under a great deal of media scrutiny, beginning from when he announced his intention to run for...

“1984”: A warning, not an instruction manual

There has been a spike in purchases of the George Orwell political dystopian novel, “1984.” Due to the controversy surrounding the president and his...

UCR community pushes for “sanctuary campus”

Following the trend of sanctuary cities, colleges across the United States have begun to declare their campuses to be “sanctuary campuses” for undocumented students...