University of Redlands students are concerned with the amount of food that is wasted on campus and why the university is not in compliance with
The Bulldog Café: A Case for Bon Appetit’s Dismissal from Campus?
The Bulldog Café is visited daily by a majority of those on campus. During finals week, students readily confess to making multiple visits a day.
Letter to the Editor: A Message to the Administration Regarding Climate Change
On Friday, March 15, 2 days from today, thousands of young activists will be striking from school to demand action on climate change. This movement
College Students, Close Your Venmo Accounts
Venmo — it’s a verb, it’s a noun, it’s a one stop shop for fraud and plunging your bank account into negative numbers. For
Letter to the Editor: A Quick Tip to Taking Control of Your Education
Are those incessant LAF/LAIs bringing you down? Do you feel like you are drowning in busy work? Did you know that you have control of
Crisis Pregnancy Centers, Don’t Let Them Fool You
Next time you go to a Planned Parenthood or abortion care clinic, look around and you will most likely find a faith-based crisis pregnancy center.
Why I Love Forrest Gump and Want More for my Generation
In my head I idolize the 1960s. I picture a Velvet Underground tune playing quietly in the background of every moment. I imagine hopping into
A Final Call to Non-Voters, From Us at the Redlands Bulldog to You
The general election approaches with impending speed, which means so does the onslaught of voter registration reminders, proposition advertisements, emails, actual mail, and — as
Letter From The Editor: A New Year
Greetings my dear Bulldog readers, My name is Briana Weekes and I am a senior at the University of Redlands. It has been an
EDITORIAL: SHINING SUNLIGHT ON ASUR
When the Redlands Bulldog finally secured a charter through ASUR on Nov. 15, 2017, ensuring the newspaper’s funding and free speech, questions began to develop