By using a lack of sleep as a metric for our work ethic, we are convoluting an unhealthy habit with a point of pride.
Graduating architecture students will put their hard work on display this weekend at the seventh annual Fifth Year Architecture Thesis Show in Chumash Auditorium.
The minimum wage sparks a great deal of controversy because it is an emotion-laden topic. Such emotion is quite understandable as any talk on minimum wage naturally involves a discussion about poor people. And curiously, the prosperous and the well-positioned in our society, among them most college students, seem to never tire of amusing and exasperating themselves at dinner table debates over what to do or what not to do with the poor.