Tag Archives: china

So, who’s helping Japan?

Miranda Conway Sometimes, avoiding homework can inspire you to be productive in other, more socially relevant ways… Recent events in Egypt, Libya, and now Japan have left me sitting at my bedroom desk for hours on end, wondering about how the world should react. Or more importantly, how (or even if) the world should be […]

Minority Education in America

Fred Luna Never in our history has our country seemed in so much decline: our schools are failing; our economy is in a perilous condition; our global influence is diminishing, caught in the headwind between a rising East and a declining West. What was once the dawn of a continuing era in the new millennia, […]

North Korean Tensions

Allen Young, Staff Writer Tensions on the Korean peninsula are at an all-time high following a pre-emptive attack on South Korea by communist North Korea on Nov. 23. North Korea fired a significant number of artillery shells on the small South Korean island of Yeongyeong. The attacks prompted South Korea to return fire and scramble […]

The Rise of China

Alex Farzan, Staff Writer After many years of political, economic, and worldwide authority American dominance of the world is now in question. Other states are beginning to play a larger role in the world, and a newer world order may be emerging. China, in particular, is rapidly growing and is showing signs of joining America […]

A recap on Chuck DeVore speaking at UCSD

Alec Weisman, Editor-in-Chief Last night, congressional candidate Chuck DeVore spoke to the College Republicans at UCSD. He spoke very candidly not only about his reasons for running for the Senate, but also about his positions on many diverse issues. He was gracious enough to answer many questions posed to him by the members of the […]

I’d Prefer Chicken Over Turkey Any Day of the Week

by Steven Perlin, Staff Writer “The incidents in China are, simply put, a genocide. There’s no point in interpreting this otherwise.” The prior statement was uttered by Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Under normal circumstances the international community (basically the UN and other such organizations who consider themselves to be for the greater good) should commit investigations […]


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