‘Some people are racist, and you just have to deal with it’ is the attitude that Suffolk County police seem to have. On Jan. 31, a Riverhead school district in New York charged three Caucasian high school students with hate crimes. County and police officials lowered the charges to second-degree harassment, for which the maximum […]
I am writing this letter to administration in an attempt to understand the ticketing procedure for this year’s commencement ceremonies which are scheduled to take place in the Bren Event’s Center.
I would like to thank the New University for publishing Ricky Achiro’s review of ‘V for Vendetta,’ in the April 3 edition, entitled ‘Vendetta Provokes Irresponsibly.’ It provided me the finest comedic relief I’ve had for some time. The review, a howler, nuttier by the paragraph, proved funnier than any parody. I love that Achiro […]
In the April 3 issue of the New University, the article ‘Republicans Defend Tougher Legislation,’ written by Edwin Ohanian, mentioned both the upcoming Jessica’s Law (AB 231) and the already-passed Megan’s Law,
If you spent your Spring Break in Southern California, you were doubtless confronted by a barrage of doomsday proclamations by arguers on both sides of the burgeoning illegal immigration debate.
For the second time in only a few short months the French streets are filled with riot police, rampaging youths and tear gas.
The riots in France raise some important and troubling issues concerning its current economic and social situation.
Last month the California State Assembly voted 49-0 to enact the Leno-Cohn Bill. The bill also known as AB 50 was designed to increase penalties on sex offenders and create a sex offender treatment program.
David Syatt’s article in the March 13 issue of the New University, entitled ‘Pro-Lifers Use Religious and Sexist Reasoning’ conveys a weak argument because the author did not exercise the principles he claimed to espouse.
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With all the political and economic issues going on around us these days, it can be very easy to miss the truly newsworthy stories that foreshadow important changes in what society considers humane and acceptable.
The option to live your live the way you see fit is a right granted to the citizens of this country.
This right can also be applied to public institutions, such as a university, which are given the right to refuse on-campus military recruitment.