March 2014: I’m at Seattle’s We Day, the flashy event celebrating youth public service that happens in stadiums […]
“So…why’d you pick Berkeley?” my new friend asks, looking at me over the rims of his glasses. It’s […]
From The Hurt Locker to Zero Dark Thirty, military combat films have become increasingly controversial in the media. But has political correctness gone too far or can these films divorce politics from art? Staff writers Adora Svitak and Jordan Ash offer contesting views of the Oscar-nominated movie American Sniper.
Traditionally, the start of Dead Week in Berkeley may be known more for competition among students for coveted […]
I grew up in Redmond, Washington, a suburb of Seattle. “Home” to me meant verdant parks. Quiet streets. […]
The morning of October 21st, 2004, a fourteen-year-old named Matthew Hohmann took an Adderall XR pill for ADHD […]
In 1976, just three years after the Supreme Court’s groundbreaking decision in Roe v. Wade, Republican congressman Henry […]