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.
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The proposed 2015-16 state budget includes an 11 percent cut in Cal Grants, which translates to nearly $1,000 less state money for each new student here.
Tim Hepburn and Charlie Rosales won the two city council seats and Mayor Don Kendrick was re-elected in the La Verne city election Tuesday.
Issues of political polarization in the House of Representatives and the Senate and their influence over income inequality were discussed Monday in the President’s Dining Room at a faculty lecture held by Assistant Professor of Sociology Roy Kwon.
My uncle was a whiny 8-year-old and my mother was a nervous 10-year-old when they crossed the border from Mexico to the United States alone, without any other family, in hopes of a better life.
Election season is over, but that doesn’t mean we should stop caring about elections.
I disagree that voter ID laws are discriminatory.
With voting season underway, it is important to get involved and vote on the issues that will improve and benefit our public.
Assistant Professor of Public Administration Soomi Lee discussed the effects of supermajority vote requirements on taxes during her lecture “The Effect of Supermajority Vote Requirements for Tax Increase in California: A Synthetic Control Method Approach” Monday in the President’s Dining Room.
The Supreme Court has upheld a Texas law to enforce a photo identification mandate beginning with the Nov. 4 election.