Friday, March 22

Science GEs pose little challenge

If you are a North Campus student, you probably try your best to avoid periodic tables, physics equations and Punnett squares. So it's unlikely that you're taking Chemistry 14A, Physics 1A or Life Sciences 1 to meet your science general education requirements, even though these classes are basic introductory requirements for science majors. Instead, your requirements will likely be met with one of the classes that upperclassmen or bruinwalk.com have told you are easier, such as Astronomy 3 or Physiological Sciences 5. Read more...


Outrage and disapproval stifle freedom of speech

Over the course of my tenure as teenage provocateur, your humble heretic has been called many things "“ ignorant, arrogant, pretentious, completely wrong. Such adjectives have mostly come from various religious folk aghast by my practice of treating nothing as sacred, but this of course comes with the territory of being a modern day heathen. And while I've always welcomed scorn and censure, there is one point of criticism to which I must object: that my writing is disrespectful "“ that I should censor myself so as to not offend. Read more...




Students, faculty and workers protested fee hikes and furloughs in Bruin Plaza as part of National Day of Action to Defend Education on March 4. Student advocacy groups, UCLA-based union locals and others participated in the rally. Columnists Feeney and Dosaj feel the protests were incoherent and left much to be desired.

Protesters anger at campus officials over fee hikes is misplaced

On March 4, students across the UCs and across the nation protested against cuts to quality education and educational funding. Read more...

Photo: Students, faculty and workers protested fee hikes and furloughs in Bruin Plaza as part of National Day of Action to Defend Education on March 4. Student advocacy groups, UCLA-based union locals and others participated in the rally. Columnists Feeney and Dosaj feel the protests were incoherent and left much to be desired.

Students, faculty and workers protested fee hikes and furloughs in Bruin Plaza as part of National Day of Action to Defend Education on March 4. Student advocacy groups, UCLA-based union locals and others participated in the rally. Columnists Feeney and Dosaj feel the protests were incoherent and left much to be desired.




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