Though USC’s Master Plan has been met with various waves of resistance since its introduction, it will benefit all parties involved.
Students are still passionate, but apathy affects our ability to make our voices heard.
Whether in the classroom, in student organizations, in Greek life or in internships, the opportunities for knowledge outside of our own culture are vast.
Headline gives comic relief I am a senior at USC, and I have a lot of respect for the Daily Trojan. I can only imagine the amount of work that goes into publishing a professional-looking newspaper every single day, especially while keeping up with school. However, on Nov. 9, the Daily Trojan surpassed itself. It […]
The United States is more unequal than it has been since the Gilded Age of the 1920s; aside from the moral implications, this represents a structural obstacle to sustained economic growth.
It’s no secret that the University of California school system is struggling financially. The impact of the recession on education has been so thoroughly canvassed that “UC” and “budget cuts” go conversationally hand-in-hand. In the latest turn of events, UC regents are voting on whether or not undergraduate fees should be raised 8 percent. To […]
Though it’s growing in popularity, solar energy is not yet something we see implemented day to day.
The only way to maintain a legacy of constant improvement is ensuring that the best and the brightest have the ability to join USC when the time comes.
Despite complaints of USC’s preferential treatment, new athletic center is justified.
Students have power to take precautions against increased alcohol consumption abroad.