Campus Times
March 4, 2005



Gold Line railway shines in SoCal

Transit system to add six more miles of track.

ASF needs to seize the day

Student Federation called upon to take action.


Tracking devices threaten liberty

Bailey Porter, editor in chief, thinks the Department of Homeland Security is infringing on human rights.

Schools leave student preparation behind

Nila Priyambodo, managing editor, thinks high school students are not prepared for college.

Filling the gap in Rock’s analogy

Valerie Rojas, editorial director, ponders war between the GAP and Banana Republic.

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