Category Archives: Politics

Senate uses ‘nuclear option’

By Daniel Urenda |Staff Writer| Earlier this month, Republicans deployed the ‘nuclear option’ to push Neil Gorsuch through to the Supreme Court, leaving CSUSB students and faculty not entirely sure what…

Equal Play v. Equal Pay

By Maylyne Togafau |Staff Writer| The U.S. Women’s Soccer team have finally reached a consensus with the U.S. Soccer Federation on the terms of their new collective bargaining agreement (CBA)….

Culture Jamming and “Missing” Representative: What is the Point?

By Jarrod Walley |Staff Writer| Dr. Thomas Corrigan, assistant professor of Communication Studies, talked to faculty, staff, and students about the organizing and activism his local Indivisible group been involved…

New National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster

By Jarrod Walley |Staff Writer| Lieutenant General H. R. McMaster selected to replace Michael Flynn as President Trump’s national security adviser. McMaster is more than qualified for the job with…

Freedom of Speech vs. violence on university campuses

By Arturo Brooks |Staff Writer| The riots at University of California, Berkeley earlier this month have brought forth concerns on college campuses throughout the U.S. in regards to federal funding,…