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Pictured, from left to right, Franco D'Onforio, Elise Evans, Carlos Osuna

On the Issues: Your BOSA Candidates

Tal Dickman, Staff Writer March 11, 2021

With the Board of Student Affairs elections coming up on March 17, the Woodside Paw Print reached out to seniors Elise Evans, Carlos Osuna, and Franco D'Onofrio, the three candidates running for next year's...

Donald Trump's personality has been a critical force driving the changes in the Republican Party

Strongman Personalities and the Future of the Republican Party

Tal Dickman, Staff Writer February 19, 2021

From unsubstantiated voter fraud claims to space lasers, the chosen discourse of the right wing in America is shifting further and further to the extreme and becoming less recognizable with pre-Tea Party...

Barack Obama was the 44th president of the United States. He writes about his first term in his newest book, A Promised Land.

A Promised Land: A Case for Optimism in Cynical Times

Tal Dickman, Politics Editor January 21, 2021

Four years in the making, Barack Obama's “A Promised Land” is ever relevant, coming out in a time where many youths are gravitating towards cynicism. Speaking through the book in his distinctive prose,...

Barack Obama's A Promised Land, and Ibram X Kendi's Stamped From the Beginning, offer two perspectives into American race relations.

What to Read: Ibram X Kendi, Barack Obama

Tal Dickman, Staff Writer December 16, 2020

In light of the murder of countless black men at the hands of police, many Americans have been seeking ways to become active from the confines of their quarantine. While it does not make an immediate difference,...

Bail bond companies offer to pay 90% of an individual's bail to allow immediate release. Ironically, this incentivizes judges to post bail at ten times what a defendant can afford.

Proposition 25 Fails, but Demands for Cash Bail Reform Continue

Tal Dickman, Staff Writer December 7, 2020
Proposition 25 failed to pass, but the cash bail conversation is far from over.
9th Circuit Ruling Ends Temporary Protected Status for 300,000 Immigrants

Temporary Protected Status Overturned for Some 300,000 Immigrants

Tal Dickman, Staff Writer October 14, 2020

On September 14, a federal appeals court ruled to vacate a preliminary injunction on the termination of Temporary Protected Status, opening the way for the deportation of some 300,000 immigrants. Temporary...

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