USC ignores students with disabilities

There are over 1,200 USC students living with disabilities. A disability is defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act as a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities — including seeing, hearing, sleeping and more. Considering the difficulties that are an inherent part of life for a student with […]

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: USG unfairly disperses funds

Last week Judah Joseph, public relations director of the Concerts Committee, wrote a letter to the Daily Trojan lamenting the lack of funding for his organization.  He has a point: The 2014-2015 total USG budget increased by $71,273.03 (3.76 percent) compared to 2013-2014, but the Concerts Committee budget decreased by $2,908.09 (1.06 percent) over the […]

Sororities are more than image

Since the Jezebel article pertaining to USC Alpha Chi Omega’s Rush Email surfaced, members not affiliated with the Panhellenic community have used the information to reaffirm their opinions on the “superficial Greek system.” After reading the Daily Trojan’s recent article “Alpha Chi Omega’s standards create unhealthy images” by Sonali Seth, I felt the issue needed […]