Eight freshmen from different backgrounds were randomly assigned to a suite inside the International Residential College. Before they even knew it, they called their dorm “home.”
On Nov. 8, I will be voting in a presidential election for the first time. To all those people who think that this election is crazy and don’t know who to vote for, I want to let you know that I understand completely and I could go on and on about how weird this election […]
#NeverTrump, but #NeverEverHillary. As a conservative Republican voter, I have always believed in the values of fiscal responsibility, cultural traditionalism and small government. Unfortunately for me and other like-minded voters, neither of the major presidential candidates this election cycle truly embodies any of these values. While it is abundantly clear that Hillary Clinton is an […]
If this election has taught our generation one thing, it is that young people are no longer just a demographic, but a political force. In the first presidential election to have as many millennial voters as baby boomer voters, we have already made history: bringing to the forefront of both parties’ platforms issues of college […]
The Daily Trojan sat down with Undergraduate Student Government presidential candidates Edwin Saucedo and Austin Dunn to discuss their 2016 platform.
The Daily Trojan sat down with Undergraduate Student Government presidential candidates Charlie Henriquez and Cole Pham to discuss their 2016 platform.
The USG President and Vice President reflect on their year in the light of the upcoming elections.