Famous rock stars that serve as professors — those are our tuition dollars at work. And for good reason. If you haven’t heard, rock musician Steve Miller has joined the USC faculty this semester to work with undergraduates in the popular music and music industry programs. When a university attracts acclaimed musicians such as Miller […]
In what is becoming an unfortunate pattern, the Obama administration — and political leadership in general — missed an incredible opportunity last weekend.
It began with separate but equal — our war against the politically correct. Those who were ignorant were blissful, and those who weren’t found whatever solace they could in their ceaseless pleas for change. Of course, their efforts were not in vain; a few decades ago, it seemed like the majority of people had chosen […]
Our campus might be too small to accommodate a system of paths, but bike lanes are still possible.
When it comes to the crapshoot of selecting courses we know nothing about, we often choose ones with flashy titles or notable professors. There was one class that immediately caught my eye: a leadership course taught by the university president.
Imbalance in power between branches of government at fault for inefficient policymaking.
Think back to the memories from freshman year. The good ones, the bad ones and the ones I can only laugh about now — everything was so new and exciting. New faces and friends, trepidation over the unfamiliar academic requirements. I also remember standing on the vast shore of extracurricular options at USC and wondering […]
University’s designation as international safe community shows benefits of urban location.
Beck has not been honest about his intentions, nor did his critics understand the true problem with his rally.
A paradigm shift has occurred in the mindset of college students in the United States, leaving us to muse about how and why we became the Zuckerberg Youth and the implications of our Web 2.0 lives.