I’m sure that if public transit were free, we’d all be using it more.
What was one of the best times of my life, however, quickly turned to one of the worst — an experience that I share with hundreds of women who attended USC and saw former gynecologist George Tyndall at the Engemann Student Health Center.
As universities like USC across the country make important, laudable progress on protecting and expanding students’ reproductive rights, there is still much work to be done in one particular area: abortion access.
USC must involve students in the Engemann hiring process before hiring doctors for the student health center, not after.
The inherent power imbalances of relationships between faculty and students can lead to sexual exploitation.
Simple lifestyle changes — like washing your dishes differently — can leave a significant impact.
The Provost Task Force on University Nomenclature seems promising, but may turn out to only become an empty effort.
Earlier this month, both sides presented their closing arguments in the case Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard before the Massachusetts District Court.
California needs a cross-state train.