Humans of New York shares stories that put human faces to the region’s conflicts.
Nominate a friend, stimulate global awareness and provide a monetary donation — all this for a good cause and some fun? Sounds like a great idea. For most. Perhaps the question of greater importance is whether the positive outcomes of the ice bucket challenge can outweigh the negative. For this cause, the end does justify […]
Late July marked the emergence of the now-worldwide phenomenon, the ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis) Association’s “ice bucket challenge.” Though the numbers might point to a win for the 30,000 suffering from ALS, there are many consequences ignored by the public, most notably insincere activism that does little to promote awareness through education. The origin of […]
Boosted security is a must, but USC needs to keep the neighborhood in mind.
Pay for college graduates has declined, but college’s value isn’t just monetary.
“Boys will be boys!” It’s a seemingly harmless expression that calls to mind images of laughing parents dismissing their sons’ horseplay. Within the context of the ongoing issue of sexual assault on campus, however, this phrase gains eerie new significance. Boys will be boys — in other words, it is in their nature to take […]
The Obama administration could lead Iraq to stability if it decides to depart from the status quo.
Women and girls don’t need cosmetics to feel confident and beautiful.
The Corinthian Colleges debacle revealed the issues of corporate universities.
The University Village (UV) overhaul reflects the school’s continuous growth.