Journalism is a public service; it’s meant to serve the interests of the community that receives the news, not comply with the whims of media giants.
We students can’t change the unintended effects of our presence, but we can and must change our apathy and translate it into dialogue and action — otherwise we risk complicity by mere association of attending USC.
The final lesson of the omnibus package isn’t a new one: When midterms come around, vote.
Every female candidate, politician or leader — regardless of however little or much else she brings — carries the insight of her experiences within the patriarchy, of every minor or major thing that reminds her daily that society fundamentally was not built for her success or public participation.
Let’s not give up on social media because of this data breach.
If consumers continue to reward companies that breach their privacy, tech companies will only continue to mine our online identities for personal information that churns a massive profit when sold to consulting firms and advertising agencies.
A large institution like USC must work to ensure that its networks are secure and foolproof, and continually provide technological updates to guarantee the safety and privacy of its constituents.
For everyone’s sake, there has to be a way for us as a society to recognize and address the harmful consequences of perpetuating this hypermasculine culture.
Common-sense gun control is an immediate necessity of American life. Until we have it, the public is not safe, and the people are not free.
"Hope Hicks, like Trump’s daughter and senior adviser Ivanka, press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders and most other women in the Trump administration, has done nothing for feminism in her public words and actions."