No matter the course of action it takes, the University must seriously reconsider its priorities as an institution of higher learning and, more importantly, as a second home to 45,500 young adults.
We must realize and embrace the fact that pure objectivity in the journalism field is a myth.
The desire to have a perfect summer figure is reflective of our distorted body standards.
The evaluation forms would continue helping professors improve their classroom skills, and the written comments students provide in their evaluations would give specific feedback.
I will end my last Daily Trojan column by noting that the best classes I’ve taken here have been classes that ended up in my course registration basket by chance.
Will better representation of women lead to fewer instances of our pain, oppression and experiences being trivialized? We can only hope so.
Every school deserves an independent student press. We must #SaveStudentNewsrooms.
The recent scandal involving the Theta Tau Fraternity at Syracuse exposes how irresponsible “satire” can actually be harmful.
As finals approach, it’s become increasingly imperative that USC improves wireless services.
Maryland’s upcoming legislation, and the debate over if and how schools should regulate children’s computer time, is only going to create a new set of rules children will want to break.