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Why voters can hope for improvement in how they vote

California officials are considering making a transition to elections conducted exclusively by mail. In recent years, more than half the ballots cast in California’s...

Why Taylor Swift is right to get off Spotify

Taylor Swift is making headlines again — but not for her Billboard No. 1 smash album “1989” that has managed to sell 1.3 million...

U.S. Streets: Police war zones?

“Homeland security” — two simple words that have justified the dramatic increase in funding to police forces. In the wake of the 9/11 attacks,...

Bad game development shouldn’t be paid for by consumers

Video games are an expensive medium no matter how you look at it. Most gamers can afford to buy a few games a year,...

The other F-Word

Feminist is the epitome of a word with many meanings. Time Magazine recently published a list of “Which Words Should Be Banned in 2015?”...

Editorial: Two sides to the Black Friday coin

With Thanksgiving Break just around the corner, students are eagerly packing their bags and preparing for the last days of classes before freedom is,...

Tuition hikes have got to go: Potential UC increase is threat...

“Hey ho, tuition hikes have got to go!” chanted UC students at the UCSA Students of Color Conference (SOCC), one of the largest annual...

Why video games are not the be-all, end-all cause of violence

The jury is in — playing video games is not going to turn you into a homicidal maniac, or at least, it is not...

President Obama: More accomplished than you think

Turn on CNN, Fox News or MSNBC and there will be umpteen talking heads and pundits  shouting about how much of a failed and...

Editorial: Tuition plan is Janet Napolitano’s proving ground

Only one year into her first year as UC president, Janet Napolitano is facing her most difficult challenge yet. It’s not about passing her...