I remember, when I was a little kid, I lived for stories: the bedtime stories with heroes, damsels, whimsical glamour and endless magic. My mom used to reprimand me for staying up late with her large book in my lap, reading and dreaming. That book was so large I could have sat in it, and […]
The Oscar-nominated director further hones his comedic ability with Up in the Air.
When word got out that John Woo was making a historical war film, few knew what to expect. An army of white doves? Close-quarter crossbow shootouts? Instead, the director of Hong Kong gangster classics such as Hard Boiled delivers an intense retelling of The Battle of Red Cliffs in ancient China. Though not a perfect […]
Moments when schoolwork and real life collide are weirdly pleasurable. Such was the experience while I was reading a recent story titled “Satan, the great motivator,” published by The Boston Globe on “the curious economic effects of religion.” Immediately, my political philosophy class popped into my head, specifically in the form of Max Weber. When […]
For all of the notable academic awards, athletic achievements, amenities and extremely well-connected alumni USC has to offer, it just can’t seem to shake its reputation as an unsafe school. Any UCLA student would be happy to rattle off the alarming statistics that paint USC’s campus and its surrounding area as a war-torn jungle compared […]
The new Panhellenic Council plans to increase the amounts of several Greek scholarships.
DPS officers often provide ‘video escorts,’ though most students say they are unaware that such a program exists.
On day of deadline for scholarship applications, admission officers brace for a large pool of applicants.
The project suggests the distribution of sites between Israel and Palestine in the event of a peace agreement.
With students gone, thefts from cars and residences tend to increase despite DPS efforts.