SGA’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Council is expanding this spring and welcomes Seaver students to join.
Art by Caitlin Roark Flashing sirens, stunned and dismayed survivors, devastated loved ones and utter heartbreak have become all-too-common images defining the latest tragedy to grip the United States. With 340 mass shootings reported in 2018, it is evident that America is facing a serious and dangerous epidemic of gun violence that has left countless […]
The newly sworn-in Congress is abounding with potential.
Graphic by Nate Barton Childhood obesity has become an un-subsiding epidemic that deserves the attention of national government and localities. While there has been no national legislation passed in the aim lowering this statistic, certain states and localities, like San Francisco and New York State, have passed laws regulating kids’ menu items on fast food […]
Photo courtesy of Creative Commons California’s State Assembly passed a bill Sept. 5 that will allow for physician-assisted suicide if Gov. Jerry Brown approves it. Physician-assisted suicide has been a controversial topic in California for some time, and the bill titled The End of Life Option Act has had to overcome some serious opposition. It […]
Our future will be driven by cars, not people.