(Jaelen Cruz/Daily Bruin)
Class attendance should not be students’ top priority during a pandemic.
But unfortunately for some, it has to be.
Bruins have been attending online classes for nine months now and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future.
Bruins are faced with everyday issues that extend past the immediate confines of their Westwood campus. Daily Bruin Opinion provides the latest commentary on California state and nationwide issues that go far “Beyond Bruin Walk.”
California has a crisis on its hands.
History has a way of coming back to bite when it’s least expected.
UC Berkeley learned that the hard way in 2018.
In October, UC Berkeley announced plans to repurpose its Genealogical Eugenic Institute Fund, a $2.4 million endowment dedicated to eugenics research originally gifted to the Board of Regents in 1975.
In our criminal justice system, everyone is innocent until proven guilty – unless you’re poor.
The current cash bail system disproportionately burdens poor people who are forced to wait weeks, months, or in the case of then 16-year old Kalief Browder, years for their trial.
It’s a familiar experience for many.
Sitting isolated in quarantine, you open social media, only to be met with the likes of Kim Kardashian escaping to a private island or TikTok stars flouting responsibility at bars.
A return to campus may not be far for screen-fatigued Bruins.
Pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies like Pfizer and Moderna have recently announced promising results from their COVID-19 vaccine trials.
California may have kept the door on affirmative action shut, but the University of California must keep the window of opportunity open to students.
Earlier this month, roughly 57% of California voters rejected Proposition 16.
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