Why Elon Musk’s Hyperloop might just serve as Tylenol for Central Valley farmer’s headaches.
Christopher Wm. Rasmussen argues that California’s AB 1401, which would allow immigrants to serve on California juries, will not succeed at integrating immigrants into communities and threatens the legitimacy of impartial juries.
Talia Moyal writes that ASUCD’s current resolution calling for divestment from companies doing business with Israel is an empty gesture aimed at causing needless strife among the campus community.
Following a crushing victory in November, California Democrats accomplished a first since since 1883 – a supermajority in both houses of the State Capitol, and control of Governor’s mansion.
Almost three years since the University of California’s student health insurance plan, billed to “keep costs low,” was launched, the plan has turned into a sinking ship of debt.
Australian native Tim Harrison compares California’s higher education policy to his native home down under.
Daniel Goldstein argues that California has an opportunity to restore the rights of millions of citizens with the help of the U.S. Supreme Court.