Tag Archives: chancellor fox

The Pain of Parking

Alec Weisman, Editor-in-Chief Contributions from Daniel Church, Business Manager Over the last few weeks, the problems of finding a parking space has reached critical mass. Student frustration with the administration is at an all time high, as more spots have been reallocated to “A” and “B” spots from the already limited number of “S” spots, […]

All Your Freedoms Are Belong to Us

Alec Weisman, Editor-in-Chief The UCSD administration is at it again, preemptively seeking to serve as thought police to reduce hate, bias, harassment and discrimination from existence by asking YOU to report on your fellow students. (Even though often UCSD is often the biggest offender, for example: HDH serving food which could be perceived as racist […]

Teaching Diversity Conference will divide, not unify, UC-San Diego

Gabriella Hoffman, Advertising Manager Reposted from the Student Free Press Association Website. Following last year’s free speech debacle and backlash from the ‘Compton Cookout‘, UC-San Diego vowed to combat hate and discrimination while promoting diversity, social justice, and equality. Along those lines, UCSD will host its Teaching Diversity Conference today.

Letter Posted on One of our Articles

*Editors note – We found this comment posted on one of our articles cited on another website. *** Cat in the Hood says: March 9, 2010 at 11:23 pm Dear Chancellor Fox: I am writing to you concerning the continued racial controversies at various University of California campuses. Since the noose left at the UCSD […]

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 […]

An Alternative to the 32 Demands

Alec Weisman, Editor-in-Chief As you know, we’ve been closely watching the recent antics of the BSU and their allies, and we’re deeply disheartened by how thoroughly they’ve lost sight of Martin Luther King’s ideals. So many of their demands push not for color-blindness, but for explicit race-based favors. In response, we’ve compiled a list that […]

DJ Jiggaboo Jones Returns & Letters to the Editor

Alec Weisman, Editor-in-Chief Contributions by the California Review Editorial Board First I wanted to let everyone know we are working on a story on everything over the weekend, but we wanted to send out this brief update in the meantime. DJ Jiggaboo Jones has made his final statement on the Compton Cookout on a new […]

Noose discovered in Geisel

Alec Weisman, Editor-in-Chief, with assistance from the California Review Editorial Board *** RACIAL CONFLICT SPREADS AS A NOOSE IS DISCOVERED IN GEISEL. (This photo was initially posted on someone’s Facebook. I was sent it by a contributor who felt it was too important to not post here. If you would like to be credited for […]

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.”

Brief Update on the UCSD Free Speech Controversy (Tuesday 2/23/10)

Alec Weisman, Editor-in-Chief Contributions by California Review Editorial Board So here are the updates over the last few hours. First, a petition has started to try to defund the Koala. Most of the names don’t even belong to students at UCSD, and many are anonymous because people were too cowardly to write down their names. […]


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