The United States must continue its presence in Afghanistan to ensure the country’s security.
The national conference featured in-depth discussions on the challenges that veterans face.
The United States wastes countless lives and resources by keeping its troops fighting abroad.
Russia’s recent anti-gay law has led to a discussion of boycotting the 2014 games.
In response to “Petraeus unfit to mentor USC students” As veterans pursuing MBAs at the USC Marshall School of Business, we are troubled by Jayel Aheram’s article, “Petraeus unfit to mentor USC students,” in the Daily Trojan. First of all, it should be made clear that Mr. Aheram does not speak for the entire USC […]
The U.S. has a moral responsibility to aid those suffering in a civil conflict and stop the use of chemical weapons. According to CNN, last week’s chemical attacks in the Syrian province of Aleppo might have been carried out by the Syrian army, though the army insists that it was the work of rebels. In […]
Removing more than half of America’s troops from Afghanistan will allow the government to focus on other matters. Tuesday night, in his State of the Union address, President Barack Obama announced the withdrawal of 34,000 American troops from Afghanistan. Though the decision comes with concerns, drawing down the number of American troops in Afghanistan is […]
There’s no denying it: All around the world, the culture of nip and tuck is being cultivated, grown and blown up to epic proportions. A fascinating dichotomy arises, one where a plastic surgery culture of outer beauty and covetousness exists next to issues of insecurity about our frail bodies and an itching sense of dissatisfaction […]
An anthropology professor delved into the reasons behind the nation’s plight Wednesday.
A former public diplomacy officer spoke Thursday about her work with Afghan women.