As universities like USC across the country make important, laudable progress on protecting and expanding students’ reproductive rights, there is still much work to be done in one particular area: abortion access.
Simple lifestyle changes — like washing your dishes differently — can leave a significant impact.
Earlier this month, both sides presented their closing arguments in the case Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard before the Massachusetts District Court.
California needs a cross-state train.
Like in the fictional world of “Harry Potter,” news organizations in the real world tend to cover mostly bad news, but not because of the readers’ cravings — bad news is often just more newsworthy.
The acronym “FOB,” short for “fresh off the boat,” is a derogatory term often used to describe immigrants of Asian descent who have yet to fully assimilate into American culture.
The myth functions under the pretense that the First Amendment guarantees the right to resources and a platform, and, further, the right to resources and a platform to spew bigotry, when all it guarantees is freedom from censorship by the state.
As humans, we’re contributing to climate change with every choice we make.
Hundreds of hopeful high school students will soon tour USC, attend Explore USC and ultimately make one of the most important decisions of their academic careers: where to attend college.
Many of the values Ocasio-Cortez represents align with those of city planners, but, as with most infrastructural undertakings, the feasibility of the Green New Deal within its projected timeframe is unreasonably low.