Students may have stayed connected, but online and real life really are different.
Young Filipino student activists find connections between policies in the United States, and the Philippines, where a prolonged anti-drug campaign has led to the deaths of thousands.
Our society is at a point where the oppressor has become the oppressed. Well, that’s what the oppressor thinks.
By: Jessica Salgado/ Voicewaves Editor’s Note: There have been 153 school shootings in America since 2013, amounting to more than…
“They made me sign the paperwork saying that I was part of a gang and that if I were caught or prosecuted, additional charges or jail time could be added.”
By Wendy Menjivar/ VoiceWaves As Sunday night arrives most college students prepare by filling their backpacks with books for the…
By Victor Martin, Jr., Voicewaves Youth Media The latest accusation of domestic abuse perpetrated by a professional athlete surfaced last…
When Alex Villaneda was 15, his father passed away. It began a years-long bout with depression that he felt he could not tell anyone about.
At California State University, Long Beach (CSULB), where an average of 2.6 sexual assaults are reported each year in the past 5 years, students are celebrating the enactment of the law and sharing their ideas on what more can be done on campus.