Last week, a Northwestern Law School professor and a student released some unsurprising research about interruptions among Supreme Court justices through the years. “Even though female justices speak less often and use fewer words than male justices, they are nonetheless interrupted during oral argument at a significantly higher rate,” the study read. To be precise, […]
Regulations for emissions ignore the root of environmental problems while hurting consumers and businesses.
Upholding cap-and-trade keeps California at the forefront of global environmental efforts.
We should question the effectiveness of a “humanitarian” intervention, in response to innocent deaths, that itself reportedly killed four children.
As summer approaches, internship season is upon us. USC’s wonderfully long May-August summer offers ample time for students to travel, explore, work and play — and, for those of us who are politically inclined, to pursue an adventure in our field. Resources on campus offer excellent programs to get Trojans into the great marble halls […]
Abortion is not dangerous. It is a health service that women with different ambitions, academic goals, dreams and desires need.
Unpaid internships still fulfill the role of professional internships, which is to help students pursue their careers.
Universities have an obligation to do more to protect students from exploitative unpaid internships.
For too long has goodness and good art been associated with white men and women, and for too long has Hollywood’s producing practices been based on this unfounded mythology.
In January, as a response to the inauguration of President Donald Trump, millions of people around the world joined forces to march for women’s and human rights, descending on cities from Los Angeles to Washington, D.C. to London in a flurry of passion and activism. Millennials, who overwhelmingly voted for Hillary Clinton, made their presence […]