Barack Obama has worked to help Americans, no matter the opposition When I was 12-years-old, a cardiologist told my father that his life depended on the replacement of multiple heart valves. A little more than a year later, my mother was given a similar diagnosis by a cancer specialist, and was told that a mastectomy […]
When Max Blum, a senior majoring in cinema and television production, cast his first presidential ballot in 2008, enthusiasm was high among his friends. “I felt really proud,” Blum said. “It was a great chance to cast my vote in something that was so monumental in American history.” Galvanized by the ideas of “hope” and “change,” […]
From brutal campaign ads to personal attacks to the not-so-friendly moniker Barrack Hussein, the battlefield of politics has been particularly nasty in recent years. Such nastiness is rooted in rigid partisanship, which has contributed to an endemic inability of lawmakers of different parties to work with one another. In the midst of this national fiasco, […]
The USC Schwarzenegger Institute sponsored discussions of politics and technology Monday.
Students said they feel unsure of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s intentions for the institute.
Dan Schnur, director of the Jesse M. Unruh Institute of Politics, began his political career working for Reagan’s 1984 campaign.
The alumna tweeted that she is “honored and proud” to become part of the school of education.
While attention has mostly been focused on the disappointing Super Bowl commercial, a bigger issue is actual Census participation.
McCain and President Steven B. Sample received awards at Rossier’s 100th anniversary gala.
Now that the excitement of the election has subsided, student involvement is paramount.