BY GABRIELA VASQUEZ
There has been no information outside of social media and a few websites that give insight into the bloody protests in Venezuela. Venezuelans are relying on Twitter, e-mail and text messages to get their information, since their government has censored their media. We need to tell everyone and anyone of what is going on in Venezuela. We have freedom. Let's speak up for those who don't.
BY UNITED COALITION FOR RACIAL JUSTICE
Despite the popular belief, the University's precipitous drop in minority enrollment began before the passage of Prop 2. The University's narrative as a self-proclaimed warrior for affirmative action relies on a nearsighted, myopic view. It's time to move beyond equivocations.
BY POLINA FRADKIN
Despite the thrashing snowy tempest, or maybe because of it, I woke up this morning struck with an impulse to write, along with an unflappable sense of joyous motivation — a perfect combination, if you ask me.
BY CARLINA DUAN
From a young age, I mistakenly equated attractiveness with whiteness.
BY SONJA KARNOVSKY AND TREVOR DOLAN
We need to pick our battles wisely and seize the opportunities we have. Preventing the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline is one such opportunity. Kerry must advise Obama against the pipeline and the president must prevent the pipeline’s construction. This is a battle we must win.
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