With the new year in mind, the Daily Trojan strives to keep up with the ever changing world.
Rather than perpetuate the campus polarity, students must encourage campus debate about peace talks.
Graduate student loan interests cannot be increased On Wednesday, Dec. 4, graduate and professional students at USC joined graduate and professional students from schools around the nation to host a “Call Congress” day in conjunction with the GradsHaveDebt2 campaign. Graduate Student Government hosted the Call Congress Day on campus as a member of the […]
Petty arguments hinder politicians’ ability to pass important legislation.
Anti-Islam tattoos should be banned in U.S. Military A recent rise in anti-Islam/Muslim tattoo sub-culture in the U.S. military has stirred debate about its permissibility. Anti-Islam/Muslim tattoos, particularly “infidel” and “kafir,” should be considered racist and extremist, and therefore, prohibited under Army Regulation 670-1. Military opponents argue that tattoos are the most intense form of […]
Slum-themed resorts actually trivialize poverty instead of alleviating the problem.
It’s clear from the talk around campus that many students are anticipating the replacement of Carl’s Jr. with The Habit next semester. To promote this exciting change, The Habit’s food truck visited campus on Dec. 2 to give out free burgers and fries. Though this event was an overwhelming success, there are things that can […]
Restaurants have the right to charge their customers extra fees in order to help the environment.
The Huy Fong Foods sauce brand does not deserve to be punished so hastily by the government.
Students who cannot go home for Thanksgiving break need other options to enjoy their time at USC.