On Oct. 23, a series of terror attacks were launched, culminating in the Nov. 18 attack on a synagogue in the Jerusalem neighborhood of Har Nof. What the attack in Har Nof taught us is that temporary solutions only guarantee peace until citizens lose patience with a static situation. The answer to long-term peace lies […]
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It seems as though I’m back at the keyboard too soon. It seems as though history can repeat itself within the course of a few weeks. Speaking of history, it’s time for a lesson. I’m told to “trust the system.” Apparently, it’s supposed to stand for truth, justice and the American way (or some crap […]
In this week’s installment of Screen on Sound, Lifestyle columnists Landon McDonald and Daniel Grzywacz talk about the recent and upcoming movie releases, as well as what’s hot on TV.
It’s been a few years since USC has defeated Notre Dame, so many fans might have forgotten how sweet of a feeling it is to beat the Fighting Irish. Saturday was a reminder: There is nothing quite like winning rivalry games.
Let’s talk about stealing. Last Monday evening, the news broke that the grand jury would not indict police officer Darren Wilson for the fatal shooting of unarmed teenager Michael Brown. Riots broke out in Ferguson, and peaceful protests were organized in many cities, including Los Angeles. Stuck in front of a television set on the […]
Cody Kessler throws for six touchdowns on the way to a 49-14 victory.
Nearly 300 protesters engaged in a second day of demonstration Tuesday night throughout the downtown Los Angeles area in response to the non-indictment of Darren Wilson in the fatal August 9 shooting of Michael Brown. The protest originated at Martin Luther King Boulevard and Crenshaw Boulevard, approaching the southeast border of the USC University […]
Students assembled near Tommy Trojan in a two-hour demonstration, protesting the Missouri grand jury’s decision to not indict officer Darren Wilson in the fatal Aug. 9 shooting of black teenager Darren Wilson.
Dark smoke cloaked the town of Ferguson, Missouri last night. Storefronts and cars went up in flames. Rioters threw rocks, batteries and bottles. Thieves waited until chaos was in full force and looted any business that wasn’t already burning. Bedlam in Ferguson was the result of a much-awaited decision on the indictment of officer Darren […]
I’m not here to offer any thoughts on what happened between Michael Brown and Darren Wilson, on whether or not Brown deserved to be shot or deserves justice, on whether or not Wilson was justified or monstrous. And frankly, I don’t think anyone who was not present that fateful night has any business expounding thoughts […]