By Kassandra Garcia | Staff Writer| The First Amendment remains in full force, but college institutions continue to limit our freedom of speech through permits, designated speech zones and “inclusive language” campaigns. In my opinion, college campuses should promote freedom of speech with no restrictions. According to Press-Telegram, a Cal Poly Pomona student is suing his school for this exact reason. Nicolas Tomas, an animal-rights activist, felt his First Amendment rights were being violated when he was confined to a designated speech zone while trying to inform fellow students on important issues pertaining to health. He was told by campus officials that “there is a time … [Read more...] about College institutions should not infringe upon free speech
By Erin Leach |Staff Writer| One quarter, ten weeks: simple, short, and sweet, but this familiar system may be subject for change. CSUs are being forced into the semester system despite the fact many students prefer the quarter system. Student Janika Kelly likes the fact that quarters are so quick. “Semesters are way too long, students are going to have a tough time making that transition. They may be setting us up for failure,” she said. CSUSB is one of the six remaining CSU campuses where quarters are intact, but not for long. If there is continued pressure from the Chancellor of the CSU Timothy White, those schools are most likely facing a change even sooner than … [Read more...] about Semesters are coming! Semesters are coming!