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Opinion: Don’t tell me to “vote blue”

If you have an Instagram account, you might have seen a few posts asking you to “Vote Blue No Matter Who!” At first glance,...

Ballot boxes, online tracking mark the beginning of the election in...

Around the state and in NELA, residents have been casting their ballots through the United States Post Office (USPS) and at official LA County...

TL;DR: ASOC’s spring election was unfair and unethical

The phrase “TL;DR,” or “too long; didn’t read,” is often used to introduce a summary for a lengthy text. Urban Dictionary defines this modern shorthand as...

US media fails to tell the full story of the Hong...

I couldn't help being exposed to the fact-blurring Chinese media coverage on the Hong Kong (HK) protests when I was in China over the...

It’s not rocket science: Humanities have a place in our...

In the higher education community, there is a clear divide separating STEM and the humanities. Students debate the superiority of their respective favorite, while...

We can’t change history, but we can change how we teach...

In seventh grade, my humanities teacher dropped Howard Zinn’s “A People’s History of the United States” on my desk. This light read taught me that Columbus...