Presidential candidate Donald Trump has no business being president, he has no business being the Republican nominee, in fact he has no business running for the highest office in America.
The College of Arts and Sciences recognized faculty members for their commitment to excellence Friday at the Alumni Awards in the Sheraton Fairplex Conference Center.
Huddled in the left corner, two girls worked furiously, painting and drawing on their model’s face. Specs of gold glitter fluttered in the air as the bright light coming from above bounced off the shiny dust. Drowning Pool’s “Bodies” played as 20 students shuffled, stumbled and limped around in a circle in the center of […]
Among the propositions to be voted on the Nov. 8 ballot is Proposition 58, an initiative to allow bilingual education in public schools, which could capitalize on the academic benefits of learning two languages.
Plenty of tumbles and falls were taken Oct. 12 at the University’s second skate night during the 2016 Homecoming Week put on by the Campus Activities Board.
Myra Garcia, a member of the President’s executive committee, passes the microphone to artist Joella Jean Mohoney, who spoke about her art process Oct. 13 in the Harris Art Gallery.
In this age of ultra-divisive politics, gun rights has become an issue which evokes an emotional response (“Students support Second Amendment Rights,” Oct. 7).
A modern version of the African-American protest anthem “We Shall Overcome” played over a slideshow of photos from “After Selma” photographer Joshua Rashaad McFadden. His collection was displayed in the Carlson Gallery until Oct. 14.
Students gathered in the Hanawalt House to watch the last presidential debate between Republican candidate Donald Trump and Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.
Students enjoyed two nights of soccer, Latin music and hot chocolate Tuesday and Wednesday at the South Quad for the Latino Student Forum’s second annual soccer tournament.