ASI’s vote against supporting mandatory multicultural courses is a mistake. These classes are vital to our collective futures.
Voting is a responsibility, do not throw away your voice in 2020.
The United States has pushed the idea of one person, one vote. Making it clear that every person’s vote holds weight and should be respected, even if they use it to protest.
Daily Forty-Niner alumnus James Chow reflects on the ups and downs of one of his heroes, Kobe Bryant.
Sinking under the pressure of unbalanced defensive responsibilities, Long Beach State women’s soccer is struggling to earn a chance to defend its conference title.
How much are you willing to spend to have a day at the “happiest place on Earth?” According to Disneyland’s newest price increase in February, regular tickets start at $117 for a single day, up from the previous $110. The already pricey park continues to raise its prices. To be[Read More…]
Advancements in technology have continued to improve over the years, making our lives easier. But some of the innovations have become more of a hardship than a help. Possibly the newest innovations to have surfaced in mainstream media are deepfakes. Deepfakes is a term alter a video or images to[Read More…]
I’ll be honest; I’m no political science major, but you don’t need a degree to acknowledge that President Donald Trump’s inability to compromise is equivalent to a toddler not getting what they want. It’s unsurprising that President Trump continues to fight for his wall, but why should a wall be[Read More…]
It is absolutely worth listening to rhetoric, as it can be revelatory about how a candidate thinks. We cannot read a candidate’s mind, but examining what they have done can help reveal what they truly care about.
Going back-to-back in NCAA men’s volleyball has become the norm in the last eight years. It all started in 2012 when UC Irvine won back-to-back NCAA championships under two different head coaches. Irvine was followed by Loyola Chicago the next two years, and Ohio State after that. Last year, Long[Read More…]