Those who say free speech rights are being threatened are grossly misrepresenting campus protests.
Upholding cap-and-trade keeps California at the forefront of global environmental efforts.
Universities have an obligation to do more to protect students from exploitative unpaid internships.
New freeways are a short-term solution to long-term issues like environmental protection and a growing population.
For students who can’t afford expensive LSAT preparation, Harvard Law School’s decision will be an equalizer.
Students shouldn’t have to juggle tedious projects and assignments with studying for their midterms.
Where upperclassmen have more experience, new students need all the help they can get for university housing.
Starting school later would improve the health and learning abilities of middle and high school students.
USC should follow the lead of Los Angeles and other colleges and not be intimidated by Trump’s vague threats.
While California secession may seem extreme, following our state’s values will ultimately be to our benefit.