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Stop protesting commencement speakers

Commencement season is always a heady time of year, filled with the buoyant spirits of students ready to take flight in the big blue...

Editorial: UC students show strength while facing endings

It was a moving sight to see. Over a thousand students, stretched from the Bell Tower to nearly Olmsted Hall, all holding candles, gathered to...

Under the Kilt: To LDR or not to LDR?

As the spring quarter comes to a close, many couples are forced to separate — some are going back to different hometowns for the...

Should we have to pay for our cap and gowns?

The value of knowledge is priceless. Education on the other hand does have a price, and at times, a high one. In grade school the...

Lower the CHASS language requirement to 3 quarters

The four-quarter foreign language requirement for students in the College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences (CHASS) has plagued students for years. In certain...

Increasing four-year graduation rates will help students avoid the “Fifth Year”...

Students have recently undergone scrutiny after a surprising amount of undergraduates have taken six years to graduate. Gov. Jerry Brown spoke out May 15...

Fashion Instinct: What to Wear to Graduation

Just when you thought the day would never get here, the time has finally come. No more seeing your friends from semester-based schools posting...

Editorial: Students should have ability to choose commencement speaker

It’s that time of year again—spring quarter is coming to a close and commencement is only a few weeks away. Soon students will sit...