By Roshni Master, Staff Writer On March 18, a Black homeowner filed a complaint at the district court level in the Northern District of California against Wells Fargo Bank, claiming racial discrimination.1 The homeowner, Aaron Braxton, highlights how Wells Fargo continues to discriminate against Black Americans, preventing them from reaping the […]
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Photo provided courtesy of Pixabay.com. By Shreya Desai, Staff Writer The COVID-19 pandemic has brought significant changes to the world as most know it; however, for recent law school graduates, it has caused added stress due to changes to the administration of bar examinations across the country. Not only […]
By: Margaret Potter, Staff Writer On February 19, 2019, Justice Clarence Thomas wrote a concurring opinion in McKee v. Cosby in which he urged the Supreme Court to reconsider its seminal decision in New York Times v. Sullivan. In McKee v. Cosby, actress Katherine McKee sued comedian Bill Cosby, whom […]
By Nicole Prieto, Editor-in-Chief Nearly a year ago this July, horror film legend George A. Romero died at age 77. He left a legacy defined by one of modern history’s greatest low-budget horror films, Night of the Living Dead. As AMC show The Walking Dead relishes in the aftermath of […]