My gut churns when I see signs on professors’ doors promising a safe spaces for immigrants without legal permission to live in the US.
The Institute for Advanced Technology & Public Policy will host a panel on legislative reform at the Christopher Cohan Performing Arts Center on Friday at 10 a.m.
It has been 12 days since the bill passed, and I have yet to see any hammers and sickles or murals of Obama in military garb painted on City Hall downtown.
At Cal Poly, most students are unaware of the status of the health care reform being discussed in Congress. If these bills become law, they will have an effect on the future of Americans and their health insurance.
E.A. Robinson’s poem was written shortly after the Civil War from the perspective of those who opposed President Lincoln, and I think it beautifully echoes the current political climate in America.
This could be the most exceptional or disappointing political year in recent history. Because of health care reform, Americans have an opportunity to join the rest of the industrialized world in providing universal health care.