Thursday, March 30, 2017

Point of Order 1/21/15: Amending the A.S. Constitution Shouldn’t Be Dramatic

‘Tis the season for A.S. Council drama, fa-la-la-la-la, la-la-la-la. Don we now our slate apparel, fa-la-la … OK, maybe it sounded better in my head. Finally, we’ve reached the point in this council’s term...

A.S. Meddling is Nothing New But Always Worth Condemning

Editors from the UCSD Guardian’s past weigh in on the A.S. Council resolution that is attempting to censor student journalism at UCSD. Every so often, members of A.S. Council get upset with an article they’ve...

Op-Ed: The Harm in Short Research Appointments

As a postdoctoral researcher, I'm used to encountering challenges in RNA biology, but I never imagined an administrative issue — short appointments — would create so many challenges for my research. University of California postdocs...

Guest Commentary: “Remembering the cookout, the noose, and their aftermath”

Four years ago, the fragile tranquility of the La Jolla campus was shattered by a series of events now known at the “Compton Cookout.” Cutting-edge scholarship on campus climate emphasizes the need for universities...

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