While USC’s efforts to admit transfer students is meritable, the University still has room to improve.
Vagrants, tramps and hobos — when it comes to labeling the over 52,000 people across Los Angeles County who lack access to stable housing, stigmatizing and dehumanizing rhetoric never fails to publicly manifest itself, whether in town halls or even in the halls of seats of power.
Each one of USC’s 19,000 undergraduates has a story to tell.
I’m not going to make an argument that single-use plastic bags are the way to go. But I am going to offer some interesting facts that certainly shocked my environmental heart.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order last month promising to enforce the First Amendment in colleges across the country.
As the food pantry becomes incrementally better, there are still rules that limit access to the food pantry.
Though the practice has been normalized, not all students can afford to take on unpaid research positions.
In nine years, L.A. will host the Summer Olympic Games, again, and there’s a high chance that the city and its residents will suffer from negative consequences the Games bring.
The Executive Committee does not embody the gender and race of the students it represents and votes on behalf of.