Editorial

Hillary Clinton makes one of her final campaign stops in Raleigh, North Carolina on Oct. 23. (Photo Courtesy of Creative Commons)

Staff editorial: Potential Clinton presidency isn’t feminism’s crowning achievement

The Campanil staff discusses what Hillary Clinton’s possible presidency means for feminism.

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Staff editorial: Trump comments inspire outrage, start discussion

The Campanil Staff discusses Donald Trump’s comments in a tape recently brought to surface where he talks about sexually assaulting women.

Protesters gather in Charlotte, North Carolina following the death of Keith Lamont Scott. (Courtesy of Flickr)

Staff editorial: Body cameras insufficient for holding police accountable

The Campanil talks about the accountability of police officers when it comes to body cameras.

Opponents say the excise tax on soda would increase grocery prices. (Courtesy of Wikipedia)

Staff editorial: Oakland’s proposed soda tax

This week, The Campanil Staff discusses the proposed soda tax in Oakland.

Jill Stein announcing her candidacy in June of 2015. (Photo Courtesy of Wikipedia Commons)

Staff Editorial: Going third party in the season of Trump

The Campanil staff discusses the option of voting third party this election.

Staff Editorial | The value of liberal arts and why we’re here

The Campanil staff explored what it means to have a liberal arts education in our constantly changing society.

Staff Editorial | California, birth control and its pros and cons

The Campanil looks favorably upon the new law making contraceptives more easily accessible, but it has a ways to go.

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