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Activism or Just Being an Asshole

Hacktivist collective group “Anonymous” has vowed to release contact information for approximately 1,000 people alleged to be members of...
By Shelby Scheider Editor-in Chief | November 16, 2015

Is Daylight Savings Time Bad for Your Health?

On Sunday November 2, Californian’s gained an extra hour of sleep with the ending of Daylight Savings Time (“DST”). As many people...
By Shelby Scheider Editor-in Chief | November 16, 2015

UPCOMING: Notable dates to remember in November

The month of November is full of fun days that may also be a great opportunity to score some free food! November 3, 2015 –  National...
By Shelby Scheider Editor-in Chief | November 16, 2015
SCOTUS  Oral Arguments in November

SCOTUS Oral Arguments in November

In October, the Supreme Court of the United States began its new session. Because it is the highest court in the land, the justices hear...
By Ruby Fa’agau, 2L | November 16, 2015
Veteran's Day

Veterans Day: Honoring our Veterans

San Diego is home to the nation's largest concentration of military personnel.  More than 15,000 active duty service member’s transition...
By Stacy James, 1L | November 16, 2015
Marriage License

Kim Davis – A Brief Legal Overview

There are several legal issues that are brought up by the recent actions of Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis after she refused marriages...
By Coleman Alguire, 3L | October 1, 2015
Kim Davis

Kim Davis: It Is Time to Act

Kim Davis is not Rosa Parks.  She is not a martyr, nor is she a hero.  Kim Davis is the bus driver who refused to do his job when Rosa...
By Jesse Schiffman, 1L | October 1, 2015
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Necessity and the Right to Control Distribution: The $750/Pill AIDS Medication

8,000 people, along with the rest of the world, were shocked when they woke up one morning last month.  Daraprim, a medication used to...
By Donny Samporna, 3L | October 1, 2015
Moot Court

A New Semester Means New Things For The Moot Court Honor Society

The Moot Court Honor Society is not just about bettering one’s advocacy skills, but also taking those skills and giving back to the...
By Mahsa Kashkooly, 2L | October 1, 2015
Black Tax

The "Black Tax"

Students, faculty, and alumni of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) gather annually in Charlotte, North Carolina for a...
By Precious Harrison-Cobb | March 27, 2015


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