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      We’ve seen movement on the political landscape in recent days on the issue of voting rights. This time the suffrage movement is for even younger teenagers being …

A vote to remove two Student Association senators from power following a string of unexcused absences raised questions of professionalism for some SA members, while revealing potential issues in how …

      Right now, when we use the internet, we have net neutrality, meaning that the internet is free and open. In 2015, the Federal Communication Commission was pressured …

State voters rejected plans for a constitutional convention last Tuesday, a ballot initiative which had received vocal opposition from United University Professions but little noticeable interest from students. Had voters …