Campus Times
March 17, 2000



Shields leave journalists unprotected

In two recent cases, California's shield laws do not offer journalists the protection they need.

University reacts to complaints

The administration should be commended in its handling of recent housing and security issues.



Video games out of control

Damien Alarcon, editor in chief, sees danger in the latest wave of video games.

Unwanted babies cry out for answers

Alisha Rosas, managing editor, argues that with so many options available today, no child should go neglected.

Acceptance crucial to true love

Erica Paal, photography editor, realizes that the course of true love never did run true.


Letter to the Editor

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