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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.

Signed, SEALed, Delivered

The U.S. Armed Forces' plan to integrate women into special operations units is a much-needed shift toward true gender equality in the military Sixty-five years have passed since the approval of the Women’s Armed Services...

A Different Course

While cutting communications major requirements is a step in the right direction in helping students graduate on time, the changes should have focused on adding more practical coursework.

Women Are Objectified and Misrepresented by a Male Dominated Pop Music Industry Obsessed With...

Miley Cyrus may “do what she wants,” but she doesn’t play by her own rules. Amid all the twerking and licking, Cyrus’s sexual “movement” is motivated by the males in the industry’s time-honored tradition...

Birds With Wings

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An Ethical Divestment

A.S. Council unanimously voted to pass a resolution last Wednesday recommending that the University of California Office of the President sell its bonds and investments from the national bank of the Republic of Turkey...

A.S. Slate Politics Distracts from Fulfilling Campaign Promises

Three days into new UC President Janet Napolitano’s tenure, the only real change for UC students is that our afternoons are now filled with essays and our bags with crumpled-up syllabi. Tuition hasn’t shot...

No More Bids for Greek Life

Last week Harvard College formally announced that students involved in “unrecognized single-gender social organizations” will be ineligible to receive the recommendation from the university for major fellowships and scholarships, including the Marshall and Rhodes...

Election Aftermath

Election results, especially the passing of Prop 30, favored students — but we shouldn’t remain complacent in the face of tuition increases.

Good Fun for Whom? When Outsiders Visit Chinatown

With the recent outrage due to an episode of “Watters’ World,” a segment on “The O’Reilly Factor,” a conversation of Asian-American discrimination has ignited. These are just two of the many incidents that highlight...

Shifting Mindsets

SGF15 incorporated a few marked improvements for drug safety through awareness-raising tactics, but a few cases of sexual assault indicated that considerable effort is still needed to create a festival free from danger. Sun God...