The Warrior-Scholar Project returns for its third year at USC to provide a week-long academic training and guidance for veterans of the United States Armed Forces. Dubbed a “boot camp” by the Los Angeles Times, the program is intense, filled with rigorous lectures and discussions. When asked what sets the Warrior-Scholar Project apart from other […]
The former Army general served for 37 years before he was director of the CIA.
The summer scholarships will strengthen current relations between the military and USC.
The women officers discussed their experiences with stereotypes, grief and the transition into civilian life after service in the military.
Even if North Korea attacks, it will only result in consequences for ruthless leader Kim Jong-Un.
Chuck Hagel’s nomination for secretary of defense has drawn a lot of ire for many reasons, but one criticism that should be discarded is in regard to a past comment with clear anti-gay sentiments. His recent apology aside, continued focus on the comment not only detracts from serious debate of Hagel’s qualifications for the position […]
The USC Veterans Association hosted a barbecue Saturday in the quad with Matt Barkley.
Fundamentalists within the Republican Party should not dissuade conservative students; the party’s core ideas are ultimately sound.
Students should not support the Republican Party so long as its candidates continue to ignore the gay rights movement.
Last week, two members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff released a document that has not received much national attention but has the potential to be crucial in shaping the future of the United States. Released under the pseudonym “Mr. Y” — an allusion to “Mr. X’s” 1947 article that shaped America’s strategy of containment […]