News Editor Lauren Kahme interviews the Co-Founder of The Testing Project, a grassroots movement advocating for essential workers’ protection during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This just in from Sarah Ngu, who followed the exhaustive debate at the Senate’s plenary session this afternoon. However, the decision to recommend that the university’s schools implement public course evaluations does not mean they are mandated to release the evaluations. For the majority of the debate, which lasted an hour and a half, the […]
ESC sat down for a chat. Sean Zimmermann got to watch. Reminder: FRESHMAN ESC ELECTIONS END AT NOON! Vote Here! VP—Policy Logan Donovan called for council members to help her work on current CCE improvements. She urged members to “remember their campaign promises.” Accountability! CCSC Liaison Linda Sun resigned. The GSSC liaison, Rebecca Frauzen, has […]
Democracy is in the air and plastered all over the dorm hallways– do your part and vote! Voting ends Wednesday night. Vote for CCSC here. For those still undecided. Check out Spec’s great summary of student platforms, more in-depth student platforms and opinion pieces, the debate recap, and our interviews with the different student groups. […]
You’re Going Places, Kid Kudos to Davide Barillari, the creator of The Gates, the borderline salacious student-produced soap opera that we all love to hate (or hate to love). His opus is a finalist in ABC’s SoapU contest, the winner of which gets $20,000 to make a real soap opera. Make sure to vote on the website, too- as of […]
We don’t do it for the glory, but it is nice to get some recognition once in a while (even if it is from another blog). US News and World Report’s higher education page, The Paper Trail, is running a reader poll of the year’s campus news, and we’re up there for Best Alternative Media […]