Extended Campus Cruiser hours will help, but other transportation options need greater advertisement.
Proposed legislation to offset financial burdens of education might also encourage broader pursuits.
When I was little, I dribbled a fistful of soil into my mouth out of curiosity about its flavor. The yearning to learn the characteristics of our world is widespread. To some, the compulsion manifests itself in odd ways, but seekers of truth are a common species, curious always about everything: the origins of the […]
Despite claims that recent legislation is flawed, soon-to-be graduates benefit in a shaky economy.
Google’s recent decision to stop censoring results on its Chinese website and redirect Chinese users to its uncensored Hong Kong site has caused substantial contention among various communities. The Chinese Communist Party’s official newspaper, the People’s Daily, denounced Google’s apparent objective and moral façade. The company is “not a virgin when it comes to values. […]
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The unofficial relationship handbook describes multiple ways to break up with a significant other: via Facebook relationship statuses, texts, instant messages and Post-it notes. But when it comes to friends, there isn’t much literature about how to go about ending a relationship. When two friends have an argument, they deal with the matter alone. Most […]
Regarding Dr. Finkelstein The news article published March 11 in the Daily Trojan under the title, “USG-funded speaker event draws criticism,” was a misleading piece of journalism rife with bias against USG-funded guest speaker Dr. Norman Finkelstein, whom Students for Justice in Palestine hosted for a speech that night. The topic of Finkelstein’s lecture was […]
Unknown to many, Trojan Hospitality’s sustainability plan is making great strides.
Students majoring in the humanities might be in love with their majors, but the job market for future scholars is not as endearing.