Seven propositions have been confirmed for California’s ballot in the November election, including a proposal to fully legalize marijuana. But is it really all it’s cracked up to be?
With New York’s presidential primary a few days away, and with fewer and fewer states remaining in the race, there’s one fact that’s particularly tantalizing to Californians: For the first time in a long time, our vote will matter.
“No Offense, But,” the Daily Bruin’s official Opinion podcast, is back for spring quarter, and we’ve got some hot takes on a recent state audit indicting the University of California for prioritizing out-of-state student enrollment over that of resident students.
Valentine’s day is around the corner and love is in the air in the newsroom! Special guest stars Jill and Roberto join Chris, Ara and Liberty to discuss some of the most burning questions surrounding love and dating.
Of the many illegal things you could do in Westwood, I bet you never imagined that dancing could be one of them.
Though it’s not technically illegal, complicated city regulations have made it extremely difficult for local businesses to get the licensing required to have basic forms of entertainment like live music and dancing.
In what may be the most offensive episode of No Offense yet, Opinion editors Ara Shirinian and Liberty Feliciano dish on the proposed BruinBus expansions. It looks like there actually is such thing as a free ride.
Some problems are so easy to fix that there’s almost no excuse for their existence.
The lack of a nondiscriminatory prayer and meditation space at UCLA is one of these problems.
Right now, the future of the Internet is being debated in a federal court and almost no one is talking about it.
Last year, I wrote about the Federal Communications Commission’s policies reclassifying Internet service providers (ISPs) as common carriers in accordance with Title II of the Communications Act of 1934.
I get it, the street needs to be cleaned. What I don’t get is why I need a $70 ticket on days when a street-cleaning vehicle is nowhere in sight, apparently replaced with an army of parking officers.
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