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Iran and Iraq have been covered in rubble by a recent earthquake, but neglected by the international community.
More than 300,000 refugees have been affected by the termination of their temporary protected status designation.
A commentary on the necessity for gender unity in the fight for women's rights.
A discussion of how the media and social stereotypes impact our views of gender and feminism.
Almost two weeks after the Northridge four-person crash and hours before the final funeral services, visitors are stopping by the crash-site late into the night.
Diversity in science must remain a priority for the success of the nation
Only eight strokes behind third place, the Matadors can move up higher in the next round.
On Monday, President Donald Trump signed an executive order which repealed the Obama-era regulations that were put on internet privacy. Now, broadband internet service...
Check out what the Matadors are doing this week
College campuses are becoming the battleground for interpreting and exercising first amendment rights, despite the threat of PC culture.
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...
From a student who took 15 years to get a bachelor’s degree.