26 Apr 2016

Drug price increases do more damage than pharmaceutical companies care to admit

In the midst of nonstop election coverage and endless Beyoncé think pieces, the story of an 8.5 percent spending increase of total spending on medicines among the pharmaceutical industry over the

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05 Apr 2016

Racist rhetoric deepens divide

Over the past few weeks, Xpress’ coverage of both the College of Ethnic Studies funding controversy and the viral dreadlocks video has drawn a particularly nasty breed of Internet denizen

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23 Feb 2016

Inaction is no longer an option for climate change

New research released Monday definitively linked the recent global increase in coastal flooding to rise in sea level as a result of man-made global warming. Though climate change is an

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09 Feb 2016

CSU faculty deserves to earn a living wage

The California Faculty Association announced Monday that they would launch a coordinated, five-day strike in April if the California State University does not extend a satisfactory counter offer to their

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26 Jan 2016

Cost of Super Bowl celebrations outweighs the benefit

Super Bowl 50 will be held Feb. 7 in Santa Clara, California, but it won’t be the city of Santa Clara that is paying for it, and two members of

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