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The Guardian's Editorial Board is composed of the sitting Editor in Chief, Managing Editors, News Editors and Opinion Editors. Editorials written by the Editorial Board represent only the opinion of a majority vote of the Editorial Board, and are not meant to necessarily reflect the views of the student body, the University of California, the UC Board of Regents or the Associated Students.

All Alone

Increasing rates of mental health issues and suicides among college students need to be properly addressed and supported, both by students and administrators.  With suicide accounting for 20 percent of deaths for people between 15...

All Religions Deserve Equal Protection From Discrimination

Last week, a group of 700 University of California alumni signed a petition urging UC President Janet Napolitano and the UC regents to adopt the U.S. State Department’s definition of anti-Semitism. The petition was...

White “Pride”

The past few weeks have brought a great deal of civil unrest on college campuses around the country. Protests against racial discrimination at the University of Missouri compelled the school’s president to resign and...

Searching for the Truth

Last week, a Spotlight-esque public records request from the Sacramento Bee led to the disclosure of several private contracts totaling over $175,000 that UC Davis administrators used to eradicate “references to the pepper spray...

Education for Whom?

Among the climate change denier and Goldman Sachs executive, Donald Trump’s future cabinet has been marred by inexperience and old money. Such is true for Betsy DeVos, the future Secretary of Education, whose portfolio...

2013-14 A.S. Council Endorsements

In case you haven’t noticed the posters, the flyers, the banners and the rave cards that have been popping up everywhere around campus over the last month, Associated Students and college council elections are this week — April 8 to April 12.

Controversy Abroad

Safety concerns and political turmoil have threatened the CSU system Israel study abroad option, but in the end, student interest and study abroad benefits will determine its viability.

Concurring Opinion

Guardian Managing Editor Zev Hurwitz weighs in on the academic calendar changes as an observant Jewish student on campus. While I concur with my editorial board colleagues that there are alternatives to shortening this year’s...

Sunday Sun God?

Sun God Task Force and campus administration must be careful about wasting Sun God budget on lackluster replacement activities. Last week’s Sun God Task Force meeting put to rest rumors that another campus tradition would...

Sun God, Reborn

The Guardian Ed. Board weighs in on the many changes being implemented this year, including a beer garden, a smaller lineup, and a no-reentry policy.  Like most students, we on the UCSD Guardian Editorial Board have...

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