Monday, July 22

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Primary concern Editor: REMINDER FOR ALL REGISTERED/REGISTERING VOTERS: The deadline for registering for the spring primary is Friday, Feb. 26. In addition to voting in your selected party’s presidential nomination race, various ballot initiatives will be put to the test. Read more...


Marriage: match made in heaven?

Marriage: match made in heaven? True love requires a spiritual connection, but relationships with two religions demand extra faith Last quarter I was sitting and procrastinating, as usual, talking to some friends in my sorority, when we began to discuss the holidays, our boyfriends, gift-giving and family traditions. Read more...


Ignorance contributes to legacy of persecution

Ignorance contributes to legacy of persecution Abdallah’s viewpoint misrepresented Jews, their role in Middle East By Kelly Baxter Provocative, ignorant rhetoric was found in Maryam Abdallah’s viewpoint promoting a rally against oppression in Viewpoint last Friday ("Oppression is alive and well at home, afar," Feb. Read more...


The unrecognized heroes

The unrecognized heroes Fathers give their hearts, souls and deserve our appreciation By Aaron Howard Daily Bruin Columnist Mothers get all the credit. When a football player scores a touchdown, he never says, "Hi Dad!" We all know about Whitney Houston’s mother, Cissy Houston, but have you ever seen her father? Read more...


Clinton’s education debate is a sham

Clinton’s education debate is a sham Misinformation, scare tactics overshadow success of current student loan program By Lamar Alexander As his re-election campaign begins, President Clinton has found an issue to frighten Americans and convince them that Republicans cannot be trusted to govern: student aid and college loans. Read more...



Ignorance must be recognized at all levels

Ignorance must be recognized at all levels Anti-Zionist views at rally not based on historical fact By Yiftach Levy "Oppression is worse than death." "Ignorance is oppression." "Stop the ignorance." These catch phrases were painted on some of the signs found at last Friday’s rally organized by the Muslim Student Union and cosponsored by several campus organizations supposedly representing students who are members of ethnic minorities. Read more...