"So far this campaign season, USG has struggled to meet its own guidelines and standards for transparency."
In light of the Larry Nassar trial and sentencing, USC should understand the culture of abuse in competitive sports.
Last year, Oklahoma Rep. Justin Humphrey, the Republican lawmaker who proposed a partner consent law, justified his bill by saying that while “[women] feel like that is their body,” this isn’t the case because “you’re a host.”
Undergraduate Student Government elections will be underway in less than a week, but the mood around campus doesn’t reflect that. Yes, there are campaign signs along Trousdale Parkway, candidates make Facebook pages to gather support and campus news organizations write about the campaign trail. But for the average student, the air of USG elections just […]
It’s that time of year. The smiling faces of Undergraduate Student Government presidential and senatorial candidates line Trousdale Parkway, Annenberg Media hosts candidate “town hall” events and swaths of friends change their Facebook profile pictures to the business casual-meets-school spirit promotional filters of USG candidates. Yet, despite its efforts, the intractable problem of USG at […]
"A simple hashtag on social media will not change the world."
Credibility, transparency, and honesty are a few of the traits that journalists — at every age and stage in their career — should strive to embody, especially in an era in which the news media is constantly being questioned for its veracity.
If mental health is such a priority, then why do nearly half of veterans feel they aren’t getting the support they need?
Real environmental change requires participation from University administration.
O’Rourke is looking toward the state as a whole, and his platform reflects it.