Listening to testimonies of historical genocide survivors is imperative to contemporary culture.
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Hello from your undergraduate and graduate student body presidents! We — Trenton Stone and Skye Parral — are so excited to start a new biweekly opinion column in the Daily Trojan titled “President’s Corner.” The aim of this column is simple: to inform students about resources their governments offer, describe initiatives we’re working on to […]
Acknowledge your privilege and confront the power embedded within the rhetoric we engage with every day.
Reporting accurately and fairly is at the forefront of what we at the Daily Trojan strive toward — but sometimes, it’s important to take a step back.
Students acclimating to a new country’s culture need an Office of International Services to do more than just paperwork.
Students should do their own laundry in efforts to promote independence and time management skills.
The University must acknowledge the ad in order to regain control.
The neurological basis of addiction offers insight on why incarceration is not an effective means of treatment.
Clubs at USC are becoming harder to get into, which is unnecessary and harmful.