Monday, September 25th 2017

What the Walter Scott Case Says About Police Brutality

Hannah Juley The Walter Scott case of April 2015 recently made headlines again when Michael Slager pleaded guilty to charges that he violated the slain...

With Alex Jones, the Burden is on the Audience

Karen Ha Far right radio show host and Youtube comment section come to life Alex Jones has been entangled in a custody battle with his...

Wells Fargo’s Can’t Bank on Current Penalties

Arturo Samaniego Staff Writer Recently, ex-employees of Wells Fargo sued the company over allegations that they were fired for refusing to engage in fraudulent practices....

New York’s Free College is Flawed, But One Step Forward

Hannah Juley The announcement of the state of New York introducing the Excelsior Scholarship program has been met with mixed emotions across the nation. While...

Why Overbooking Should Not Happen

Karen Ha Traveling by plane is the epitome of discomfort. Forced into a tiny seat and served school cafeteria-quality meals is not exactly the ideal....

Privacy Not Guaranteed

Sruti Mamidanna Amidst the controversial debate regarding consumer’s online privacy, President Trump signed a bill last Monday that repealed online privacy protections put forth by...

Is Drug Testing Financially Feasible?

Tanner Walker Staff Writer Recently, Congress passed a resolution that would eliminate restrictions set in place during the Obama administration and give states more freedom in...

LaVar Ball: The Businessman

Spencer Wu Staff Writer As a 19-year-old kid, I have only experienced one side of the parent-child relationship, meaning I have no clue as to what...

No Rest for the Weary

Spencer Wu Staff Writer Way back in 2012, San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich rested four star players in a marquee matchup with then-NBA champion the...

“Bigots” Halt Dialogue in More Ways than One

Ameen Hussaini The terms “racist” and “bigot” have been in heavy circulation due to our current sociopolitical climate. Although these words are easy to use,...