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A public-private partnership to fund technology in schools

What a peculiar state we are in. Our government, ideally, is supposed to function through its separation of powers, but stands today dysfunctional because...

How does the new student loan bill affect students?

More than 38 million Americans currently have outstanding student loan debt that amounts to nearly $1 trillion. About 85 percent of that total comes...

Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano appointed as the next UC...

Former governor of Arizona and Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano was officially appointed as the 20th president of the University...

Congress decides to run amuck in fear of tax-exempt status rejection

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has undergone a great deal of scrutiny from Congress lately as a result of specifically targeting tax-exemption applications for...

Violence abroad: using terrorism as a political game

Taking responsibility for the violence in Benghazi is like admitting fault for a bank robbery because you failed to hire enough security guards. On...

The Question: Are you better off today than you were four...

“Are you better off today than you were four years ago?” This was the question President Reagan asked voters in his bid for reelection....

Editorial: Obama’s Immigration Act Needs Further Legislation

President Obama has issued an executive order which will temporarily halt the deportation of young undocumented immigrants. Under this policy, exemption will apply to...

Obama vs. Romney

The Republican race to be the nominee is officially over and Mitt Romney is the great hope of the Grand Old Party. While on...

Apathetic on Afghanistan: Why the candidates are ignoring voter sentiment

One of the most important indicators of a healthy democracy is responsiveness, or how carefully political leaders acknowledge the preferences of a majority of...

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...