A bill is advancing toward the Assembly floor that would put one armed officer at every school campus in California, at the state’s expense.
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Democrats are armed and ready to take to fill voting polls June 5 to make sure California stays blue and anti-Trump.
On April 17, junior speech communications major Tyler Anderson and another black student proposed Oshun, a separate funding hub for black focused clubs on campus, to Loretta Rahmani, chief student affairs officer, Lawrence Potter, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, Richard Rose, professor of religion and philosophy, President Devorah Lieberman, Provost Jonathan Reed […]
Eric Garcetti, mayor of Los Angeles, plans to improve the homeless crisis plaguing the city by proposing that $20 million be divided up by 15 council districts and build 1,000 bed shelters in the next fiscal budget.
President Donald Trump announced May 8 that the United States would withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal, which he had called a “horrible, one sided deal that should have never been made.”
Cynthia Nixon has made legalizing marijuana her priority in her campaign for governor of New York. Along with the legalization of pot, Nixon wants to see reparations for those who have already been charged with crimes involving marijuana. Nixon believes this would be a step in the right direction for the criminal justice system and […]
Trump’s Environmental Protection Agency does not care to protect our environment. California and 17 other states are suing the EPA in response to the Agency’s push to decrease the gas mileage requirement. This pro-business decision will reverse the Obama administration’s significant effort to combat global warming.
A bill pending in the state legislature would give food vendors in Los Angeles and cities across the state a chance to make a living without fear of losing their equipment.
The Justice Department has requested that the Census Bureau add a citizenship status question to the 2020 census. If it goes through, it will be the first time since 1950 that the census has such a question.
The second Carniverne attracted many students that left disappointed April 19 at Campus West. The carnival event, stocked with free food trucks and games, was poorly planned. Supplies were limited and underestimated. The Campus Activities Board ran out of cards to be attached to lanyards, given to students upon entry to tally which food ticket […]