Karin Klein is a board member who writes editorials about education, environment, food and science. She was the 2006-07 winner of the Eugene C. Pulliam Fellowship for Editorial Writers and was a 2012 and 2014 Logan Environmental Journalism fellow and a 2014 Metcalf Environmental Reporting fellow. She leads interpretive hikes as a volunteer naturalist and is the author of the 2010 book “50 Hikes in Orange County.” She attended Wellesley College and UC Berkeley and is an adjunct professor of journalism at Chapman University.
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Another day, another variant. COVID-19 infection rates are rising to the point where returning to mask mandates indoors would be wise.
One of the nation’s biggest vaccine supporters is among the experts with concerns about a fourth dose. It’s worth understanding why.
The brands we use are often hidden within the names of large parent corporations, but we still can pressure Russia through our consumer choices.
UC and other colleges have been dropping the SAT, but keeping parts of the admission process that make things even tougher for low-income students.
‘The View’s’ Whoopi Goldberg was suspended for misinformed comments on the Holocaust. Her error is a chance for us all to examine our misperceptions.
Too many employers have required college degrees that aren’t necessary. COVID-19 and Black Lives Matter are helping them realize what a mistake that is.
El número de niños estadounidenses que leen por placer acaba de descender, una vez más. Los padres y las escuelas pueden hacer algo al respecto.
The number of American kids reading for pleasure just fell — again. Parents and schools can do something about that.
No hemos destruido COVID-19, pero le hemos dado una paliza. Estamos de luto, pero también podemos celebrar, y dar las gracias a los millones de personas que lo han hecho posible.
We haven’t destroyed COVID-19, but we’ve given it a beating. We mourn but we also can celebrate -- and thank millions of people who made this possible.