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“And Iran, Iran so far away. Couldn’t get away.”

Alec Weisman, Editor-in-Chief I was walking along Library Walk at UCSD on Friday when I noticed a group of people protesting. As UCSD is a very apathetic campus, I was intrigued as to what “liberal” group was protesting, only to discover that to my surprise that a group of Iranian students and local community members […]

Happy Thanksgiving

Alec Weisman, Editor-in-Chief The California Review would like to wish everyone a happy Thanksgiving, and to remember our armed forces which make our freedom possible. Established as the Fourth Thanksgiving of November by Republican President (and America’s greatest President) Abraham Lincoln, ever since 1863, in the midst of the the civil war. “By the President […]

My Battle Hymn

by Alice Chao, Staff Writer I’ve always liked the song “Battle Hymn of the Republic” and recently read the lyrics in their entirety. The lyrics of this song were written by Julia Ward Howe in 1861 and it became widely popular around the time of the Civil War, and this song serves as a powerful […]


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