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Women's volleyball tackles a tough non-conference and comes out undefeated
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The Daily Opinions Staff
Super Tuesday columnists Aimee Trujillo ’15 and Johnathan Bowes ’15 take perspectives on Rush Limbaugh’s recent comments that ‘no’ can mean ‘yes’ if you know how to spot it. Trujillo argues that these comments have no place in the public sphere as they only perpetuate rape culture, while Bowes argues that firing Limbaugh would actually be counterproductive to those same aims.
Placing restrictions on the major consumers of California’s precious fresh water will not cripple the state’s economy. And the gradual implementation proposed by the new legislation (the real teeth of the laws don’t kick in until 2025) buys farmers more time than is probably environmentally feasible to adjust to the new regulations.