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1972: We Must Be Better

Carly Priest Opinions Editor [Trigger warning from the author: This piece contains statistics and themes surrounding sexual assaults on college campuses, including instances of rape.] As I tried to unleash the first “1972” column of the 2017-2018 school year, I sat stumped. Not with writer’s block— just the […]

The True Meaning of Free Speech

By Emily Kulp, Opinions Editor At the University of California, Berkeley, during the years of 1964 and 1965, the Free Speech Movement arose, a student protest against the school’s restriction of political activity. 52 years later, the University of California, Berkeley has been repeatedly linked to controversies representing […]

An Apology to the Uneducated

by Jillian Kearns, Student Contributor In the last edition of The Crusader, there was an article describing why only abstinence should be taught to teenagers. Several of the arguments were flawed, so I would like to address the mistakes to the writer (Scott Kingsley ‘17). You comment on how […]