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The United States’ Founding Fathers understood that a free people should be allowed to practice any and all religions or no religion at all.
Gov. Jerry Brown announced in mid-January that the current drought had reached a state of emergency, but it took me until the rain began to admit how bad this could really be.
The image of a bully is often depicted on a playground or in school hallways. The bully is big and strong, while the victim being picked on is nerdy, weird or simply different. Now bullying has evolved and the image has changed.
Admission to see the Raiders play in the National Football League is far less than what is going to be charged by the Niners as they “go south” to their new tech-extravagance called Levi’s Stadium.
We're looking at an Affordable Care Act that can save lives, too? That's right.
Did you see the stories on Jan. 25 about the three people who were shot to death inside a shopping mall in Columbia, Md.? One of the three was the shooter, who took his own life after killing a man and a woman in a skate shop.
You would think that being crammed in a bus or BART train with so many people would cause a conversation to arise but that doesn’t seem to be the case.
When did price gouging become an established American way of life, and why do the American people allow it to continue?
I see it every day on campus: Teachers who enter the classroom not just with briefcases and books, but toting heartfelt ideals to share with their students about progressive causes, usually, like race fairness, feminism, queer and disability rights, fair labor and ethical eating.
The philosopher Immanuel Kant says that our view of the world is developed by experiences with it. Johann Herder then said that there are set variations of experience based on the universal characteristics and limits of the human mind.
By Joshua Elmore Intuition tells us that opinion comes from experience. However, much of what anyone believes is usually based on assumptions. As humans we may thread together a set of beliefs ...
In an opinion piece written by Lee and California's Community College’s Chancellor Brice Harris for the San Francisco Chronicle, they said, “For CCSF, the pace of reform needs to be much faster. We also believe that City College has reached the limit of what it can do on its own,”
With lawsuits filed against the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges from the California Federation of Teachers and San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera, it is now the commission’s turn to be put under the microscope.