Saturday, March 23

Americans keep on ryding in the free world

Americans keep on ryding in the free world Rock and roll realm of tight jeans, Farrah hair merits academic report Whether they are called "hessians," "rockers," "dirtbags" or whatever, ryders, as they have been recently dubbed by scholars, represent one of the most fascinating, understudied (and as some would argue) endangered, subcultures of American society. Read more...


UC students: Stop whining about fees

UC students: Stop whining about fees Thank taxpayers for subsidizing education By Daniel Garstka How dire are the lives of students. Some of them actually have class at 10:00 a.m.; some of them actually need to pay some of their fees; and some teaching assistants, rumor has it, are actually required to come in on Fridays. Read more...


Letters

Free will Editor: I am impressed by how offended and defended Princeton Kim is by religious solicitation on Bruin Walk. Kim began his Jan. 24 column, "Heaven help me: Bibles blitz Bruin Walk," with a disclaimer, warning that "the events and persons in this column are fictitious." But of course, proselytism on Bruin Walk is fact, not fiction. Read more...


Spreading word of true Christianity

Spreading word of true Christianity Not all religious groups preach fire, brimstone By Andy Lucas Three cheers for Princeton Kim! His Wednesday column ("Heaven help me: Bibles blitz Bruin Walk," Jan. Read more...



Self-Centered Morality

Self-Centered Morality College teaches policy respect, neglects basic human rights "Our benchmark in valuing lives lost or saved during Desert Storm is the Value of Statistical Life (VSL) in the United States. Read more...


Letters

Nix superhero Joe Editor: I actually like the new look for Joe Bruin, except for his superhero costume! That yellow collar makes me think there’s a cape around his neck. Read more...