Are Asian Americans a minority? USC has come a long way in diversifying the student body. According to Amanda Pillon’s article on April 8, “Admissions more selective than ever,” the ethnic makeup of the class of 2014 has increased from the year prior to being 20 percent “minorities.” I bet you are asking why I […]
Although the upcoming marijuana ballot has generated much publicity, not much will change.
By way of high school tradition, we are all too familiar with the juvenile concept of campus hierarchy. In 2010, the range of groups to pick on has expanded to another social minority. For homosexuals, the divisions have been drawn deeper at some schools in recent weeks, as members of the oppressed social group have […]
from the editors
Experimental use of video element seems to encourage personality over academics.
Although the idea of consuming animals for gustatory pleasure disgusts many of us, including non-vegetarians, most have grown up eating meat, conditioned to ignore the fact that between those two buns lies a sizzling chunk of cow corpse. Invasive biomedical animal research, however, is not something we witness or participate in daily, so it’s a […]
Imagine Los Angeles’ public services closed for two days a week — no courts, no libraries, nothing except public safety services and independent businesses. This radical idea to close the city two days a week sounds like a hoax; something that might have originated from a late-night comedy sketch. Sadly, the only punchline is that […]
Although President Sample is a great symbolic choice, an outside speaker would have provided a more memorable occasion.
It’s April, which means students have internships on their minds. Around this time of the year, students are beginning to finalize summer plans to work at companies that will help them build professional skills. Because I’m looking for my first internship, I’ve spent a lot of time researching the different resources USC offers to make […]
What does ‘radical’ really mean? I was amused to read that the USC College Republicans’ “teach-in” was entitled “…to Oppose Obama’s Radical Transformation of America.” It seems like USC’s Republicans have a very different idea of “radical” from most of us. President Barack Obama’s health insurance reforms were partially inspired by the policy advocates who […]