Last week the Department of Homeland Security finally deemed white supremacy as a primary security threat in response to countless mass shootings that have claimed the lives of over 100 people in the last six months.
Assembly Bill 1466 was approved by the California legislature and now awaits Gov. Gavin Newsom’s signature. If the governor signs it this month, it would mean a roughly 88% pay raise for adjunct faculty, who are currently woefully under paid here, with private universities across the state.
As overdose rates rise across America, Philadelphia is moving to open a supervised injection site that will create meaningful change for the communities most affected by this public health epidemic.
President Donald Trump’s behavior, lying shamelessly, threatening national security brazenly, and disregarding the Constitution and the structure of our government, while he destroys the environment for his own personal gain, may finally be catching up with him.
When high schools throughout California were surveyed on the rate of suicidal ideation among their student population in 2017, the high percentages caused many districts to take a look at what they could do to better help their students. Collecting this data is crucial if districts want to ensure their students are mentally healthy and […]
More than 1,000 accredited colleges and universities as of this fall have a test-optional admissions policy, meaning SATs and ACTs are not required.
The Trump administration announced on Sept. 18 that it will revoke California’s waiver that allowed the state to set its own standards for car emissions.
The University of California system is disinvesting from fossil fuels, officers announced Sept. 17, marking a financially strategic move for the UC system and a beneficial move for the environment.
Sen. Tom Udall, D-New Mexico, Rep. Raúl M. Grijalva, D-Arizona, Rep. Don Beyer, D-Virginia and Rep. Debbie Dingell, D-Michigan introduced a piece of legislation last Tuesday that will essentially undo the Trump administration’s attempts to weaken the Endangered Species Act.
The Environmental Protection Agency has planned to eliminate the use of animals as testing objects for chemicals by the year 2035 and require that any mammal studies requested or funded by the EPA after 2035 will need administrator approval on a case-by-case basis. This is a start to begin making the necessary changes that will […]