Emma Xing questions the meaning of free speech and whether it applies if the safety and well-being of groups of people are at stake.
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Katherine Chen exposes UCSB's lack of meme culture in comparison to other universities.
Laurel Rinehart is opening the dialogue on the problem of having almost any weapon available to almost any individual.
Hannah Jackson confronts the reality of gun violence in America and advocates for stricter gun control policies.
Laurel Rinehart discusses SZA's latest album and the unique emotional qualities that set it apart from other musical works.
Ali Abouesh examines President Trump's actions thus far and urges readers not to become complacent in the current political climate.
Kathy Smith questions Sheriff Brown's stances on immigration, prisons and other controversial issues.
Laurel Rinehart takes a walk down memory lane and shares advice and insights from her college experience.
An in-depth look at the lack of inclusion in Psychology and an analysis of the effects it has on marginalized groups.
Outgoing opinion Editor Jackson Kerr bids his farewell and expresses his thanks and optimism for the future of the Daily Nexus.