Fifty years ago, university students at UC Berkeley fought valiantly to uphold and defend the First Amendment; now, it seems a growing trend of college activism threatens to destroy it. A recent case study involves Ben Shapiro, a Jewish Harvard Law School graduate, editor-at-large of Breitbart and editor-in-chief of The Daily Wire. A local chapter […]
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The USC Campus Climate Coalition worked on ways to get the larger student body involved in promoting diversity.
The lecture hosted Mary Frances Berry, the Geraldine R. Segal professor of American social thought and professor of history at the University of Pennsylvania.
Panelists talked about the effect of journalism on Jews and Muslims Wednesday.
The USC Concerts Committee held a show Wednesday accompanied by the “Rain Supreme” art exhibit.
Gary Lai hopes to write his dissertation on economics at the University of Bristol.
Men’s basketball visits the Bay Area endeavoring to gain ground in the Pac-12.
If you walk into USC’s Heritage Hall, one of the first things that will catch your eye at the heart of the Hall of Champions is the charming display of six Heisman trophies wrapped around the iconic statue of a USC drum major. Present are the trophies won by the Trojans greats Mike Garrett, Charles […]
The Men of Troy split a pair of midweek games, falling to a Korean team Wednesday.
USC’s struggles continued in an ugly loss to UCSB on the road Wednesday.