Shallow as it might seem, celebrity involvement in global crises often benefit the causes.
Famous rock stars that serve as professors — those are our tuition dollars at work. And for good reason. If you haven’t heard, rock musician Steve Miller has joined the USC faculty this semester to work with undergraduates in the popular music and music industry programs. When a university attracts acclaimed musicians such as Miller […]
Gateway and Tuscany apartments make new Icon Plaza housing replacing Chevron redundant and leave USC short a gas station.
Response to the op-ed I wanted to correct some misinformation that was included in the Daily Trojan Op-Ed on Sept. 10 which indicated USC has a “free-speech zone.” No such zone exists on campus. The author also implies that the university does not respect free speech rights. This too is false. As stated in the […]
In what is becoming an unfortunate pattern, the Obama administration — and political leadership in general — missed an incredible opportunity last weekend.
Campuses are safest when colleges investigate their applicants’ criminal records.
It began with separate but equal — our war against the politically correct. Those who were ignorant were blissful, and those who weren’t found whatever solace they could in their ceaseless pleas for change. Of course, their efforts were not in vain; a few decades ago, it seemed like the majority of people had chosen […]
Annenberg, The New York Times and others are adapting journalism to the 21st century.
Our campus might be too small to accommodate a system of paths, but bike lanes are still possible.
USC’s true free-speech zone is restricted to a mere 20-foot radius around Tommy Trojan.