Paige Prudhon

OpinionStaff Op-Ed

An Elegy for the Bookstore (As We Know It)

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As another Triton Day comes and goes, I am reminded of my first visit to this campus. As it was for many of us, it was …

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What’s Lurking in the Shadow of California’s New Solar Power Legislation

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In any conversation about the environment, inevitably the word “sustainable” will be thrown around. A lot. Sustainable energy, sustainable practices, sustainable lifestyle. In fact, it’s become …

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UCSD Needs To Address Its Housing Crisis

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Last week, hundreds of UC San Diego students went online at the times they were assigned to try and select a room in which to live …

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ERC: The College Without a Face

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As students stroll through Muir College, they likely see evidence of the college’s many attempts to honor its namesake: John Muir’s face carved into various structures, …