Monday, September 25th 2017

Out of Senseless Tragedy Came Personal Growth and the True Face of a Community

This story is part of a commemorative issue on the third anniversary of the 2014 Isla Vista killings, where a resident killed six UCSB...

Why China Should Be a Reminder about U.S. Hegemony

Jack Alegre Staff Writer Murmurs are rising with the United States sending a delegate to attend a conference for China’s ambitious “One Belt, One Road” program,...

Dogs: More Than Simply Man’s Best Friend

Jackie Caldwell In November of 2015, Rema Rainsford-Hunt was mauled by three pit bulls that she was taking care of for a friend. Recently, Rainsford-Hunt...

Former Presidents Should be Wary of Paid Speeches

Arturo Samaniego Staff Writer President Barack Obama was recently paid a lavish sum of money to speak to a Wall Street firm. Obama, like many former...

The French vs. U.S. Election

Arturo Samaniego Staff Writer Recently, moderate business-friendly candidate Emmanuel Macron defeated the far-right nationalist candidate Marine Le Pen in the French election. In many ways, the...

The Federal Government Should Step In for Flint

Hannah Juley As if the 2014 Flint water crisis was not bad enough for the residents of Flint, Michigan, now over 8,000 homes are facing...

Being Wary of the Environmental Protection Agency

Andrew Melese Staff Writer The Environmental Protection Agency is being compromised to a degree unprecedented in its history. Administrator Scott Pruitt has removed half the scientific...

Hazing-related Death at Pennsylvania State University Highlights Greek Problems

Stephani Anderson Staff Writer In February, Timothy Piazza, a student at Pennsylvania State University, died after excessive drinking and suffering from a head injury. His death...

Letter to the Editor: Vandalization of Students Supporting Israel Mural

This week I was so proud to help create a positive mural on campus, but today I am ashamed that my fellow Gauchos defaced our sign...

A Jewish Take on the Apartheid Wall

Morgan Bubman It was hard to miss the giant apartheid wall constructed by the Students for Justice in Palestine that stood outside the Davidson Library. When...