A presidential pill

Look Back At It

Of all the weird comments hurtling through the universe of political discourse, the weirdest might be this: Madeleine Albright and Gloria Steinem say that young women ought to vote for Hillary Clinton solely because of female solidarity — based on the presumption that young women would revel in more equal
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Students should be the stars

CAMPUS ISSUES: The quality of graduation commencement speeches should not be compromised for the presence of a noted figure.

Our pool of alumni is expansive and brilliant, and to not tap into our campus resource is a disservice to graduates looking to build their own legacy after leaving UC Berkeley.
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Dissolving false stigmas around PMS

Safe, Sane and Consensual

I’m sitting on the toilet — just using the bathroom, for crying out loud — when, all of a sudden, I’m actually crying out loud. It’s that time of the month again. Last month’s column explored how real and severe of an impact PMS can have on people’s lives. Many
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Challenging the cry for President Hillary

The Millennial Meltdown

In recent months, I have found myself treading through an immutable, lurching tide of Hillary Clinton adoration. Millennials, as a group, evidently share a unanimous understanding that 1,015 days from now, the hand resting triumphantly over the Holy Bible at the inauguration of the 45th president of the United States will belong to Hillary Rodham Clinton.
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