LGBT history is important and should be taught in school. California Gov. Jerry Brown has signed Senate Bill 48, which will require public schools to prohibit discrimination toward and include contributions from Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered figures in history in the curriculum.
At last, a historic day was marked for illegal immigrant students, as the first half, AB 130, of the California dream Act of 2010 was signed by Gov. Jerry Brown on July 25.
From voting booths to courthouses, the battle to legalize same-sex marriage in California has seen far too many arenas. The problem, however, is that when the dust from years of debate has settled, it wasn’t California that stood on top and made headlines. It was New York.
While Rupert Murdoch and his band of eavesdropping cronies may face belated repercussions for their decades-long lapse of judgment, it is unlikely that any changes will occur within the lucrative business of tabloids and celebrity-gossip.
The burning of the Quran is not symbolic free speech because harmful consequences may ensue.
As the school year comes to an end, a night of music and dancing to ease stress-filled minds was exactly what the students needed.
The Big Gay Prom, undeniably one of the biggest events on campus put together this year by PCC students, was not just a kickback event, however. It demonstrated a lesson in life that much of the world has trouble grasping: unity and acceptance.
Last week, I found myself on the same boat as Gov. Sarah Palin: I could not come up with a single example of how John McCain is a maverick, either.
Biden’s stance on technology is enough to confuse technology enthusiasts and is more on par with John McCain.
Lowering the drinking age is not a complete and relevant look at the topic of binge drinking and underage drinking.