Tag Archives: the california review

AS Meeting 3/10/10

Almost all of the footage from the AS meeting regarding the AS funding freeze. Public Input:

Free Speech, Fee Protests, & Deception

Alec Weisman, Editor-in-Chief Contributions by California Review Editorial Board On Wednesday, March 3rd, the California Review organized a free speech protest in opposition to the funding freeze. KUSI San Diego covered the protest, and wrote a great article explaining the situation. The Campus Freedom Network picked up on our protest and urged people to attend. […]

Congressional Hopeful C. Mason Weaver intrigues at UCSD

Tony Baiz, Staff Writer “Government is a fungus, you don’t feed a fungus”, rang out when Congressional hopeful C. Mason Weaver spoke in the Warren Lecture Hall at UCSD on Tuesday February 16th. He gave an enthralling 40 minute speech on where he stands politically, his experiences with liberal professors in college and their rhetoric, […]

Important Updates

Alec Weisman, Editor-in-Chief Much has happened at UCSD that needs to be analyzed. Rumors of a KKK Style hood found on the Statue of Theodore Seuss Geisel next to the library have been spreading since approximately 11:15 last night. The UCSD Police shut down Geisel library early and roped off the area. This has been […]

Silencing the Minority?

Alec Weisman, Editor-in-Chief Contributions by California Review Editorial Board Below is our uncut video footage of the two hour long “Black Student Union Press Conference and Rally.”

More Humor, Hypocrisy, and Hello Thought Police

Alec Weisman, Editor-in-Chief Contributions by California Review Editorial Board We believe we have a moral imperative to keep interested members of the UCSD community informed about the radical censorship and hypocrisy of the administration. Looking back at recent updates to the twisted saga of the “Compton Cookout” and the MF Koala comedy controversy, we find […]

The UCSD Overreaction & the Death of Free Speech

Alec Weisman, Editor-in-Chief Contributions by California Review Editorial Board Last weekend, individuals from several fraternities decided to throw a racially-themed party mocking Black History Month, called the “Compton Cookout.” This ghetto-themed party was definitely offensive, as it urged people to wear specific outfits and fulfill various stereotyped behaviors. The party was obviously meant to be […]

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