Morgan Wiitala examines the blurred line between news and entertainment in media coverage of the Trump Administration.
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Vince Feliciano sheds light on the necessity for respectful discussion in university settings.
Opinion editors Laurel Rinehart and Harper Lambert discuss Taylor Swift's political Instagram post and debate the role of celebrities in civic discourse.
At a time when civic participation is especially critical, casting your ballot is an essential step to ensure your voice is heard.
Jonathan Abboud asserts that voting Yes on Measure R is the right decision for the benefit of the Isla Vista community.
James Ferraro calls for unity and inclusion within campus politics.
Tom Steel and Laurence Young advocate for a ruling in favor of AFSCME in an ongoing Supreme Court case.
Rick Zierer reflects on Trump's State of the Union address and calls on the president to reduce unnecessary spending.
Kristin Hsu, the External V.P. for Statewide Affairs for Associated Students, makes the case to hold Salud Carbajal accountable for his vote on H.R. 195.
Brian Wheat critiques the polarization of opinions and discourse in the modern political landscape.