Editor in Chief Mekalyn Rose discusses the racial and political origins of U.S. drug policies and their consequential role in shaping the growing opioid crisis.
Contributing Writer Ami Bhakta proposes educational initiatives to end female genital cutting in Sierra Leone.
Staff Writer Bailey Marsheck argues that inadequate reach of education has limited Nepal’s ability to keep up with the advancement of its neighbors. However, changes may be on the horizon.
Staff Writer Madisen Ro interviews UCSD students about their international backgrounds and identities
UCSD Student Aisha Subhan explains in an op-ed why UCSD should help Syrian refugees.
Guest Writer Shahbaz Shaikh analyzes the impact of Betsy Devos’ plans on American Education and how this will in turn affect the American Dream.
This is the second installment of a new weekly feature which will provide a brief summary of the week’s most prominent actions by the Trump Administration, as well as discussing some of their implications. The discussion of each topic will be relatively brief by necessity; please contact us if you feel we have neglected a significant action by the Administration or an important aspect of any issue.