Saturday, August 19, 2017

Op-Ed: Urging UCSD To Help Refugees Through A Scholarship Program

Education is a scarce and precious resource — but a vital one. For those in pursuit of a higher education in war-torn areas, the educations of their dreams remain insurmountable. Now, new challenges lie ahead...

Op-Ed: Why I Won’t Accept the Dalai Lama As A Commencement Speaker

What I am writing cannot represent all Chinese students’ thoughts, but most of us share the same disappointment about the university’s invitation of the 14th Dalai Lama to speak at this year’s commencement. The...

Op-Ed: Zack Gianino

“Welcome to 2016-2017 ASUCSD: The 5.2 Million Dollar Question, Part 1 of 10 in an Investigative Series” Nobody likes their dirty laundry out where everyone can see it, but when that dirty laundry is costing...

Op-Ed: Open Letter to UCSD Faculty, Administrators, Graduate Students, and TAs

Many of us are reluctant to bring politics into the classroom. In the past, this may have been advisable. But now that xenophobia and misogyny are a mainstream political stance, I think it is...

Teamsters, Researchers Play Hunger Games with UC Contract Talks

Outside the headquarters of the University of California in Oakland, researchers Peter Dreier and Megan Bomba sat alongside two officials of Teamsters Local 2010. Behind them: signs that read “UC: Pay Workers Enough to...