At USC, a summer internship for a prospective employer is a coveted title, even if it is unpaid or pays minimum wage. Yet, summer jobs provide just as many opportunities and experiences as a summer internship, if not more. A recent survey conducted by the National Association of Colleges and Employers revealed that 37 percent […]
Popular dining spot Café 84 will close this fall, reducing the already limited food options of USC students. The inaccessibility of food on campus — the limited hours, the weekend closings, the small range of options — is an issue of growing concern for USC students. Yet the University has only extenuated the issue by […]
Keynote speaker, comedian and alumnus Will Ferrell was a crowd-favorite among students and their families at USC’s 134th annual commencement ceremony on Friday, delivering a speech with advice, insights and song. However, the day before USC’s commencement ceremony at the historically black Bethune-Cookman University, graduating seniors had a very different experience. School officials selected […]
USC is more than a campus — it’s a community. And this fall, it will welcome an entirely new village. After years of construction, hundreds of millions of dollars and over 1 million hours of toil, USC’s recent expansive development project will open this July. USC Village will undoubtedly expand the horizons of the University […]
To me, “You Do Uterus” is a phrase that acknowledges the vast range of experiences of those who identify as women around the world.
The late night comedian’s condescending outlook on campus protests shows fundamental misunderstanding of free speech.
It pays to remember how lucky we all are to be here. More than 84 percent of students who applied were not as fortunate, nor were the countless others who achieved admission but couldn’t meet the costs.
More information about money management is needed, but forcing students to take classes won’t help.
Including money management in the general education curriculum will help students make wiser decisions.
Despite the University’s effort to “chase zero” sexual assaults, it is clear that much work remains