How Kendall Jenner's influence can run the world—for better or for worse.
A follow-up and proposed solution to making buses publicly owned and specialized for CSUN students.
A look into Jordan Peele's directorial debut and how it explores the layers of racism, which operates under the guise of white liberalism.
How we can navigate through our freedom of reason to better understand our First Amendment rights.
A public university should have publicly owned bus services.
Why our local elections matter and how they can make a difference in the age of Trump.
Analyzing the boundaries of free speech and whether harmful opinions deserve to be heard in the media.
The organization of class struggle has become increasingly complex due to our modern means of prethoughtout language.
A young, black woman's thoughts on how "Moonlight's" Oscar win was a step in the right direction in regards to black films in Hollywood, a look into masculinity in the black community, and letting different facets of black people be heard.
College campuses are becoming the battleground for interpreting and exercising first amendment rights, despite the threat of PC culture.
How a dream of working in the STEM fields can be deferred.
This is a letter to the editor in response to Mimi Kourieh's piece "The Travel Ban: The Un-American, America". I would like to start off...