Exploring the question of who has the right to be an American citizen, the Office of Diversity and Inclusivity hosted a screening of “14: Dred Scott, Wong Kim Ark, and Vanessa Lopez” followed by a panel discussion Tuesday in the Campus Center Ballroom.
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The Trump Administration announced in February that it would no longer support the advances Barack Obama made for transgender equality in the previous presidency, which allowed transgender students to use the restroom of the gender they identify with. President Donald Trump has made a grave mistake in rescinding protection for these students, who now must […]
Claremont McKenna College professor Ralph A. Rossum spoke about how Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas is committed to pursuing an “original general meaning” approach to interpret the constitution on Tuesday in the Campus Center Ballroom.
The Supreme Court has upheld a Texas law to enforce a photo identification mandate beginning with the Nov. 4 election.
A provision of the Affordable Care Act that requires employers to provide birth control as part of worker health plans has reached the Supreme Court, marking the second time the High Court has scrutinized the new health care law.
On March 26 the United State Supreme Court heard an appeal to California’s Proposition 8, and the following day listened to oral arguments over the federal Defense of Marriage Act. The issue of same-sex marriage rights is all over the media and the LGBT community is listening.
The Supreme Court announced on Feb. 21 that it would hear an appeal from a white student who claims she was denied admission to the University of Texas based on racial discrimination.
Erwin Chemerinsky, dean and professor of law at the UC Irvine College of Law, discussed “Formalism Without Foundation: Stern v. Marshall” on Feb. 2 at the University of La Verne College of Law.
Last Wednesday was a sad day for the rights of women. In a 5-4 ruling, the Supreme Court voted to uphold the “partial birth abortion” ban act, and as a result, American women have lost some of their freedom.
In a hysterical exercise of freedom of speech rights, student Joseph Frederick held a sign reading “Bong Hits 4 Jesus” during the Juneau, Alaska, Olympic torch relay in 2002.