Why the University of California’s Decision to Uproot the Testing Requirement Matters

Featured Artwork: LA Johnson The COVID-19 pandemic has presented ongoing challenges to universities and students alike for academic semesters to come. Among the numerous changes universities have undertaken in the name of pandemic relief, one of the most notable has been the revolutionary decision made by the University of California Board of Regents to suspend…

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Reflections on AAPI Heritage Month

Featured Image: PBS SoCal May is a pleasant time of year. It’s when we trade in our textbooks and pages of Statistics notes for picnics outside in the mild weather. For many Asians and Pacific Islanders across the U.S, May is special for another reason. May is designated as Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage…

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Taking Back the Spotlight: Modest Muslim Fashion

Featured Image: CULTURE Hijab Co. The perception of Muslim women in the mainstream has been, for the lack of a better term, depressing. For Muslim women who wear the hijab, the situation becomes even more dismal. Those who actively put themselves out into the world as identifiable Muslims face criticism about how they wear the…

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