With several septuagenarian presidential front-runners, voters should consider the implications of age-related impairment of executive functioning.
Felicity Huffman — the first person charged in the college admissions scheme — was sentenced to two weeks in federal prison Sept. 13. She will also pay a $30,000 fine and commit to 250 hours of community service. Many on Twitter went berserk over what they called a light sentence and a failure of the […]
Where the Sidewalk Starts: Restaurant closures are a turning point in USC Village makeup — students should get involved
USC community members can submit forms regarding concerns and complaints about USC Village.
Nothing has the power to lift spirits and fuel souls more than the fulfillment of nostalgic cravings for Asian food.
The principles of democracy and liberty are what we’re still proud to pursue and whether Trump wins or loses, these will be sure to prevail.
Hello from your undergraduate and graduate student body presidents! We — Trenton Stone and Skye Parral — are so excited to start a new biweekly opinion column in the Daily Trojan titled “President’s Corner.” The aim of this column is simple: to inform students about resources their governments offer, describe initiatives we’re working on to […]
Acknowledge your privilege and confront the power embedded within the rhetoric we engage with every day.
The neurological basis of addiction offers insight on why incarceration is not an effective means of treatment.
Addressing the housing deficit has always been a tug of war between state and local government.
Looking youthful can definitely be both a blessing and a curse.