Monday, August 21

Redefining bounds of sex, love

Jonathan Lopez is a sophomore majoring in geography/environ-mental studies. I am writing in response to Jeanene Harlick’s article on premarital sex (Oct. 3, "Sex before marriage: Why we should wait"). Read more...



Letters

All thrills, no success? Editor: I have to congratulate Jeanene Harlick (Oct. 3, "Sex before marriage: why we should wait") for having the guts to stand up for deep and meaningful living. Read more...



Scapegoating fails to cure economic ills

Mosun Lawrence Mah-Andujo is a member of the UCLA community. By Mosun Lawrence Mah-Andujo Proposition 187, an initiative barring illegal immigrants from the use of public educational and medical services, is a reflection of an American political sham, diverting responsibility of America’s depressed economy, poorly afforded public educational system, and inner-city crime to an individual or an individual group. Read more...


This freshman fails to find respectable fraternity

Brian Stannard is a freshman English major. By Brian Stannard Before entering college, I never had a high opinion of fraternities. This may be due to the fact that when I was 16 a bunch of friends and I tried to sneak into a Berkeley fraternity party and got chased out because we weren’t on the guest list, and more importantly, because we weren’t beautiful girls. Read more...