Although I have never taken a public policy class, I have an understanding of California’s democratic structure and current fiscal crisis ““ all thanks to the lecture “The People’s Will: Reforming the Way We Govern California” I attended on Tuesday night.
As a young Muslim student, I have watched as sentiments of “Islamophobia” began sweeping through the country during the last few years, and especially the last couple months in the aftermath of the so-called “Ground Zero Mosque” controversy.
After working as a computer science engineer for five years, Max Ohlendorf was tired of getting lost in the stratified bureaucracy of a company.
He wanted control over what he was doing and direct input on his own projects.
After entering the UCLA Anderson School of Management’s dual degree MBA/master of computer science program, he joined the Technical Entrepreneurial Community at UCLA.
“I felt the yearning for entrepreneurship.
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