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The Buffett rule should be deemed ineffective and unnecessary

You wouldn’t know it from Occupy Wall Street’s angry rants against America’s tight-fisted 1 percent, but a surprising number of fat cats are eager...

Editorial: Jerry Brown’s budget proposal leaves education in the lurch

On March 5th, thousands of students from across California marched on the State Capitol to protest the massive cuts to higher education that the...

Editorial: Occupy UCR’s demands fall short

Last week, after over a month on campus, representatives of Occupy UCR released their demands.  The list, which is designed to “make UCR a...

Liar, liar: Jobs, education and the economy

As the political issues come into focus leading up to the presidential election, public education and jobs are becoming increasingly important to students across...

Editorial: The value of college in a cash-strapped economy

Last week, a study conducted at UCLA revealed that more students than ever are attending college for the express purpose of attaining a job...

Middle income UC students in trouble

Courtesy of Dailycal.org The University of California, Berkeley has come to the rescue of the middle income student.  Berkeley has introduced the Middle Class Access...