What separates one man from another? What motivates people toward the actions they take? These were the driving questions behind Jean-Pierre Melville’s films. It is a shame his work is not better known in the United States today. A forerunner of the French New Wave, he was a member of the French Resistance during World […]
Students must find stories about education, crime, entertainment and culture.
According to the United States Center for Disease Control, between 20 and 25 percent of college women experience sexual assault, attempted rape or rape during their time in college. Rape is a very specific and escalated form of sexual assault that occurs in the United States about every two minutes according to a report by […]
As if last week’s earthquake didn’t rattle Haiti enough, the country endured severe aftershocks this week while Guatemala, Venezuela and Argentina were shaken by earthquakes of their own.
USC’s Department of Public Safety has several initiatives aimed at decreasing crime over break.
The other day my friend suggested we drive to Downtown LA. In response, I handed him a list of the top five things I’d rather do than drive through LA traffic, which included watching The Oprah Winfrey Show, eating at Arby’s and watching UCLA beat USC in football. Needless to say, I think I got […]
Students remain concerned about rack space on campus; DPS will be impounding bikes.