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New media redefines the art of journaling


As the so-called Digital Age begins to pick up speed, the private art of putting pen to paper seems almost antiquated. Sharing your thoughts on the latest political development is as easy as sending out a mass tweet, and real-time Facebook status updates add a dimension of unparalleled accuracy to the chronicling of daily events. […]

Letters to the editor


Intersection in need of increased safety measures Will it take a critical injury, or worse — a death — before the City of Los Angeles recognizes the atrocious state of the junction where Portland Street meets Adams Boulevard? This intersection, just one block north of The Row, has some of the worst pedestrian crossing signage […]

Letter to the editor


Trojans running over Trojans I have a concern, and it is kind of a big one. It’s about the bicyclists/skateboarders vs. pedestrians thing going on right now. It is really getting out of control. There are no signs posted as to what the rules are. I have no idea what the rules are, to be […]

Letter to the editor


Regarding Dr. Finkelstein The news article published March 11 in the Daily Trojan under the title, “USG-funded speaker event draws criticism,” was a misleading piece of journalism rife with bias against USG-funded guest speaker Dr. Norman Finkelstein, whom Students for Justice in Palestine hosted for a speech that night. The topic of Finkelstein’s lecture was […]

Letters to the editor


Student manager not solely to blame Yes, Stan Holt’s actions in the game against Oregon were ill-advised and dumb. Yet, I disagree with Jon Haber’s arguments (“Student manager was out of place,” Feb. 1, 2010) on two terms. Holt cost the team a technical foul due to his reactions to a call by the referee […]