USC should follow the lead of Los Angeles and other colleges and not be intimidated by Trump’s vague threats.
The University must recognize the legal dangers of defying federal orders and should rethink its status.
Placing undue emphasis on state pride could result in disastrous consequences for Californians.
While California secession may seem extreme, following our state’s values will ultimately be to our benefit.
The university must rise above fear of political backlash to address the needs of its diverse student body.
The administration must leave politics to student organizations rather than take divisive stances.
Trump is not even slightly qualified for our nation’s greatest responsibility.
The Republican nominee’s continued popularity may have some utility.
An administrative obsession with diversity has justified the removal of a valuable academic opportunity.
The postponement of a game design panel demonstrates a commitment from USC to improving diversity.