Over the past few weeks, a terrifying amount of anti-LGBTQ legislation has trickled down the pipeline. North Carolina, Georgia and Kansas have started deliberations on highly discriminatory bills that not only allow but encourage the systematic discrimination of the LGBTQ community. In 2016 these bills represent the toxic notion that people can still refuse to […]
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Starbucks has announced it will donate all its leftover food to charity in an effort to provide meals for those who struggle with hunger and food insecurity. The announcement was made on the coffee chain’s website last Tuesday and we’d like to praise Starbucks for this positive decision.
A number of bathrooms on-campus have recently been earmarked to be converted to gender-neutral bathrooms, a positive sign of the University living its mission of creating a diverse and inclusive environment.
The world of professional sports is no longer predominantly male. But while more women are involved in sports than in the past, they still face sexism and unfair treatment.
Many see Uber as a convenient form of transportation, but in reality it can also be a convenient way for predators to be put in a one-on-one situation with possible victims.
It is time for Californians to be more mindful of their waste, and when Assembly Bill 1826 takes effect April 1, every business will be required to recycle organic waste to help reduce the strain on over-taxed landfills, and their negative impact on air and water quality.
Presidential primary season is in full swing, but the turnout of young voters has been frustratingly low so far.
This year’s Academy Awards were praised by many for tackling pressing issues including the lack of diversity in Hollywood and global warming, but the topic of sexual assault was one of the biggest of the night, with Vice President Joe Biden and singer Lady Gaga pushing for the end of rape culture.
It would be outrageous if a federal law enforcement agency asked a lock maker to create a master key that would open the locks to millions of homes, and give that key to the agency.
Women in the music industry often are not taken seriously, and they are frequently objectified by the media and their male counterparts.