The music arena is no exception as an industry in which popular discourse is predominantly driven by men and male voices.
Trump employs one of two strategies whenever addressing anything he doesn’t like, or facing situations he’d rather not consider — first: hyperbole; second: distraction.
Internships without pay widen the gap between students of different socioeconomics.
Female sexuality is invariably about power dynamics, and in the age of #MeToo, our understandings of consent and women’s role in sex must adapt with the times.
Adding the citizenship question might reduce response rates and skew population counts away from immigrants, which is the underlying purpose of the policy change.
With varying opinions across the country, Americans deserve a consensus on the census.
As Parkland protests continue to gain traction, we must consider why gun violence in poorer, urban areas isn’t given the same attention.
Journalism is a public service; it’s meant to serve the interests of the community that receives the news, not comply with the whims of media giants.
We students can’t change the unintended effects of our presence, but we can and must change our apathy and translate it into dialogue and action — otherwise we risk complicity by mere association of attending USC.
The Day of Visibility offers opportunity for celebration, reflection and better activism.