Saturday, October 19th 2019

The Paradox of Capitalism and Black Americans

Francisco Olvera Staff Writer Recently, the U.S. Department of the Treasury announced several changes to American currency. The five-dollar bill will now have, on its backside,...

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....

To Text or Not to Text: For Girls There is No Question

Guys Text Vs Girls Text.

Educate Citizens Instead of Incarcerating Them

Addison Morris Staff Writer While Santa Barbara residents prepare for the ribbon cutting at a new county jail where up to 376 inmates will receive “three...

Con: LinkedIn Leaves Behind Those That Can’t Afford to Keep Up

Thea Cabrera Montejo Layout Editor Illustration by Silvia Quach LinkedIn has transitioned from a simple website to an obligatory source of affirmation. With this new reputation, the...

An Ally’s Perspective on Black Lives Matter

Thea Cabrera Montejo Senior Layout Editor Black lives matter. They matter in the face of a national justice system failing to hold murderers accountable. They matter because black...

Napolitano—“This Crap” Pays Your $570,000 Base Salary

Isabelle Geczy News Editor If the director of a system dismisses the people that system is intended to serve, which is broken—the director, or the system? In...

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...

BU Professor’s Behavior Does Not Bode Well for Students

Janani Ravikumar Staff Writer Boston University sociology professor Saida Grundy, like many, is fairly vocal on social media about her political and social beliefs, and she...

Let Full-Time NCAA Athletes Be Part-Time Students

Linus Li Marketing Director Year after year, there have been debates regarding whether National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) student athletes should be required to maintain full-time...