The Wildcat Tribune

Voters are forced to wait in line to vote in person while someone can research elections at home before mailing in their ballot.

Early and mail in voting should be promoted even after the pandemic

Arya Patel, Staff Writer December 8, 2020

The pandemic has changed several aspects of life. Some things such as remote learning and mask mandates will go away however others such as remote working in the tech industry will and should persist even...

Affirmative action was a hot topic in 2020 elections because of conflicting opinions on how it affects minorities.

The affirmative action proposition fails in 2020 elections. Why? An Asian-American and (biracial) Latina perspective

Daniela Wise-Rojas and Megan Xu December 7, 2020

Proposition 16, the California ballot measure that would have repealed the ban on affirmative action, didn’t pass. 56.1% of California voters voted no while 43.9% voted yes. We were stunned, expecting...

Teen night owls live in a society that constantly demands them to be early birds.

Night owls deserve to be understood — not shamed

Jade Wang and Owen Spargo December 1, 2020

Many would say that COVID-19 is the only major public health crisis that anyone has experienced at our age. But that assumption is not necessarily correct. For years, we have been (and still are simultaneously)...

Donald Trump continued to ignore global warming and his environmental rollbacks caused the downfall of the environment.

Economy over environment: Former President Donald Trump’s four years of environmental rollbacks prioritizes the economy over the environment

Leanne Park, Staff Writer November 28, 2020

Former President Donald Trump reversed nearly 100 environmental policies that could have altered the major problem of global warming. Donald Trump’s hopes of a “skyrocketing” economy have caused...

Despite a year of unimaginable challenges, there is still so much to be thankful for.

The worse the world gets, the greater my gratitude

Eva Shen and Shereen Ahmed November 22, 2020

Introduction 2020: what a year. And it’s not even over yet. Between lamenting over the past, worrying about the future, and biting our nails down to stubs in the present (it’s election day as...

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Issue 3: Opinions 2020-21