Beverly Hills recently lost an appeal to stop the Purple Line subway route from running underneath Beverly Hills High School. (Creative Commons photo by Glenn Francis via Wikimedia Commons)

Chris Campbell: Beverly Hills must stop fighting expansion of Purple Line to Westside

Beverly Hills has sent a clear message to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority about its proposed Purple Line subway extension route running under the city. Quite literally, “It’s our way or the highway.” The extension, which could be completed by 2024 if a voters approve a 0.5 percent sales tax in November, will finally connect UCLA to Los Angeles’ burgeoning rail system. Read more...

Beverly Hills recently lost an appeal to stop the Purple Line subway route from running underneath Beverly Hills High School. (Creative Commons photo by Glenn Francis via Wikimedia Commons)

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(Kelly Brennan/Daily Bruin)

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Blake Deal: Recent events show nationalism on the rise again

2016 will be known around the world as the year of nationalism’s revival. Whether it be the massive demonstrations in Poland, the United Kingdom’s recent exit from the European Union or even the possibility of Japan amending its constitution for the first time ever, developed countries around the world are turning back to nationalism and are becoming increasingly skeptical of liberal democracy. Read more...

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(Kelly Brennan/Daily Bruin senior staff)

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