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New LA Vote Centers generate mixed feedback from voters

LA County held primary elections for Democratic presidential candidates March 3. The ballot also included other races, including the LA City Council District 14 seat. Unlike...

District 14 City Council candidates discuss homelessness, BRT at Feb. 3...

Eagle Rock community members gathered at a forum hosted by The Eagle Rock Association Feb. 3 to hear from the five candidates running in the March...

LA County debuts digital voting system

Los Angeles County hosted a mock election to debut a new voting system, Voting Solutions for All People (VSAP), during a two-day event Sept....

Andrew Yang’s got that thang

Most readers will be familiar with the following scene: it is lunchtime at an elementary school. The day is ripe for enjoyment — only a...

Administrative and clerical staff vote in favor of unionizing

Administrative, clerical and support staff across Occidental College voted in favor of unionizing under Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 721 Sept. 9, according...

A Q&A with ASOC candidates

Voting for Associated Students of Occidental College (ASOC) elections opened Wednesday, April 17 and will run until midnight Friday, April 19. Students can access...

A touchy subject: Democrats can do better than Joe Biden

Last year, I was with my parents while they talked to their work friend, a man I hardly know. We moved to walk, and...

ASOC Senate, Honor Board fill vacancies in recent elections

Marianna Babboni, Spring 2019 elections chair of the Associated Students of Occidental College (ASOC), announced the winners of the Spring 2019 Senate and Honor...

First-year senator vacancy raises questions about ASOC policies

Raveena Dhiman (first year) resigned from her post as one of two first-year senators in the Associated Students of Occidental College (ASOC) Senate Oct....

Hindsight is 2020: Hillary Clinton shouldn’t run again

Hillary Clinton has been in public office for the better part of 30 years. As a first lady, senator, secretary of state and presidential candidate,...