A little over a week ago, Mexico’s National Human Rights Commission was preparing to launch a project that raised the formidable hackles of Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff, not to mention the hackles of immigration foes everywhere: the distri
I have two friends, whom we will call John and Jane. They are college students who also happen to be each other’s college sweethearts.
President George W. Bush’s push for democracy and freedom across the Middle East backfired dramatically on Jan. 26, as the Palestinian people went to the polls and voted to give the terrorist group Hamas a majority of the seats in the Palestinian Legislat
Sexual harassment, sexual assault and dating violence are hidden but widespread problems.
The Campus Activities to Revitalize Education Referendum concerns itself with student initiated programming that encourages, among many things: leadership and retention of students through outreach and student initiated programming.
With its high ratings and countless parodies, it’s unlikely that the words ‘American Idol’ do not ring familiar bells. The show, now in its fifth season, has ingrained itself into our everyday pop culture discourse and, as a result, we’ve learned new insu
When Europe was departing from the Dark Ages and coming into the ‘Enlightenment Period,’ the first societal act was the expulsion of Christianity as a social and civil dogma and was replaced with human rationale as a source of legislation and scientific i
As an undergraduate student journalist at UCLA’s Daily Bruin and editor-in-chief of the conservative UCLA Criterion, Andrew Jones learned the skills with which he could make a name for himself and fight for causes in which he believed.
While Sen. John Kerry returned to his post as senator of Massachusetts after the 2004 presidential elections, it appeared that his running mate, John Edwards, had fallen off the face of the earth.
The problem with a lot of college students is that they think everything is political, and that there are at least two sides to every story.