With just one semester remaining in my time at USC, I’ve found myself thinking about my roots and the experiences that launched me on this three-year journey of learning, activism and finding my voice.
I love spreading the word and sharing what I’ve learned about climate change. I hope this passion has come across in my column.
This weekend marked the beginning of the Jewish holiday of Passover, a holiday that celebrates the Jewish people’s liberation from Egyptian slavery and the beginning of their journey through the desert before receiving the Torah and passing into Holy Land.
As students, it can feel like there’s no way to improve the efficiency and sustainability of the city we live in.
The media failed Americans in 2016.
K-pop’s rise has been an overnight phenomenon.
A better approach is to consider what kind of policy could achieve the bipartisan support of days past.
I’m not going to make an argument that single-use plastic bags are the way to go. But I am going to offer some interesting facts that certainly shocked my environmental heart.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order last month promising to enforce the First Amendment in colleges across the country.
In nine years, L.A. will host the Summer Olympic Games, again, and there’s a high chance that the city and its residents will suffer from negative consequences the Games bring.