The Associated Press Stylebook is something of a Bible to many journalists.
I often wonder what it’s like to meet a diversity quota as a writer for a television show — to be stuck in the situation of needing to appear racially progressive for ratings, but never actually commit.
With the 2020 presidential elections in sight, many have reflected on the different communities that have voted in past elections, as well as the ideas that motivate them to do so.
This week, learning about an allegation of sexual assault against the highly respected late abortion provider Dr. Willie Parker felt deeply personal to me.
The inevitable has happened — my vision is getting worse.
Rather than explaining why standardized testing is obsolete and painting an inaccurate picture of whether students are prepared for college, the recent scandals demonstrate the exact opposite: We need tests.
USC Village is an eyesore.
When school is in session, the Daily Trojan’s news editors often have to cover a new scandal every week, and there are constantly new developments in the seemingly endless lawsuits and investigations the University is facing.
Just as there are differences in British and American English, there are also differences in the lived experiences between East Asians in America and East Asians in Britain.
As tempting as it is to blame this trend on the president’s disregard for truth, Trump is but a sign of the times.