Women’s basketball sees few changes

Someone once told me that time is a flat circle — that everything we’ve ever done or will do, we’re doomed to repeat over and over again. Okay, admittedly, that pseudo-philosophy didn’t come from the sanest of sources — a suspected murderer on HBO’s excellent new crime thriller True Detective said it — but fans […]

‘The Wind Rises’ soars above expectations

Hayao Miyazaki has captivated audiences around world with dramatic yet light-hearted storytelling and enchanting animation. Within a two-hour animated film, Miyazaki weaves a tale of romance, history and an assortment of aviation eye-candy. In contrast with his previous child-friendly movie, Ponyo, Miyazaki’s latest animated film gives rise to a historical drama based on a blend […]

Advertisement legislation limits too broad to enforce

On Wednesday, a group of senators led by Sen. Barbara Boxer introduced the Protecting Children from Electronic Cigarette Advertising Act to prohibit the marketing of e-cigarettes to children. Such a bill would give the Federal Trade Commission the power to determine what constitutes inappropriate marketing to children, which would then be translated into a ban […]

E-cigarette marketing must be geared away from youth

Though electronic cigarettes are a hot trend, one thing is for sure: They shouldn’t be on the rise among youth. On Wednesday, five U.S. senators introduced legislation to prohibit marketing of electronic cigarettes, also known as e-cigarettes, to children and teens. The Protecting Children from Electronic Cigarette Act, penned by Sen. Barbara Boxer, addresses the […]


Student and industry panelists discuss Governor Jerry Brown’s aid proposal to help mitigate issues stemming from California’s drought in the Students Talk Back event sponsored by the Jesse M. Unruh Institute of Politics on Wednesday afternoon in The Forum at the Ronald Tutor Campus Center.