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Northwest Passage

With the relentless pace at which global climate change has marched forward, the northern bastions of ice have been reduced to mere skeletons, the ice…

A Beefed Up Industry

Petaluma, California once boasted the title of Egg Capital of the World, and every spring the residents flock into downtown to celebrate the main event…

The Deal of the Decade

Many thought this day would never come. In an interesting turn of events, negotiations between the United States and Iran over a developing nuclear deal…

The Road to Indiana

Governor Mike Pence of Indiana recently signed into law a Religious Freedom Restoration Act, which shares a near identical title to twenty other states’ acts…

A Bunch of Spam?

The last time an email caused this much of a political storm was, well, never. It’s unlikely anyone with even the slightest modicum of interest…

The Empty Ballot

On House of Cards, Frank Underwood quipped, “Politicians can’t resist making promises they can’t keep.”[1] As the ASUC elections dawn upon Berkeley, our fledgling politicians await…

Ebola Ethics

Sporadically emerging from its natural reservoirs, the Ebola virus has recently captured global attention. Looming over West Africa, the Ebola pandemic has been transmitted and…

The Murder of Avijit Roy

On February 26, Bangladeshi-American blogger Avijit Roy was murdered in the street by religious extremists in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Roy was an avid advocate for secularism…

Fighting Off the Bias

“Mo’ money, mo’ problems” is a refrain uttered by the hip-hop loving, Notorious B.I.G. obsessed 11-year old Eddie Huang, star of ABC’s new hit television…

Liberty and Protest

There is a consistent tension between the “sovereign’s” First Amendment Rights to free speech and assembly and the state’s chronic apprehensiveness about the creation of…