Free Speech Not Blanket Right

Annette Ungermann, Opinion Editor

March 2, 2018

Filed under Opinion

How free is student speech? Perhaps a better question is: how limited is it? I found myself musing over these questions often during the past few weeks as I was confronted with an article assignment that encountered administ...

America Can Do Better

Samuel Ganten, Editor

February 20, 2018

Filed under Opinion

From a young age, we are indoctrinated to believe in the American Dream –the idea that the United States, as the place where one can make anything of oneseful and make something out of nothing, is the greatest country in this...

Capitalism Drives Us Beyond Mediocrity

Samuel Ganten, Editor

January 30, 2018

Filed under Opinion

With our coming of age, we find ourselves paying for more expenses such as college, discontented about increasing costs and low wages. Considering that, according to CollegeBoard, tuition has been rising faster than inflation...

This Is Our Fight: Free Speech

Alexandra Reinecke, Editor-in-Chief

January 29, 2018

Filed under Opinion

An editorial I recently penned about the inequity of university admissions has sparked considerable debate, and in some unfortunate cases, poorly expressed outrage.  Lamorinda Weekly received expletive-filled phone calls.  My boy...

Rheem Food Options Require Warning Labels

Kevork Tchakmakjian, Staff Writer

January 25, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Nation's Giant Hamburgers, Taco Bell, and Subway are well known stops for Moraga teens who frequent the Rheem shopping center. Unfortunately, these easily accessible and relatively cheap fast-food options are detrimental to student...

Politicians Must Be Held to Same Standards

Jane Maiocco, Staff Writer

January 8, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Allegations of sexual assault and harassment have sacked the careers of powerful men in recent months. News anchor Charlie Rose fell at CBS, PBS, and Bloomberg. Producer Harvey Weinstein toppled at the Weinstein Company. Lauer...