Democrats and Republicans alike must rethink the way they approach economic policymaking.
Students say the economy should be the focus of the 2012 election and not religion.
A USC/Los Angeles Times poll finds California voters largely support the current president.
Campaigns have always been dirty — this one is no exception. The process will reveal who is best suited to handle a tough presidency.
USC’s Political Science Department and Institute for Advanced Catholic Studies hosts a lecture.
Deeper political knowledge is crucial for the betterment of student life after college.
The Federal Election Commission must curb the power of super PACs before they render student grassroots campaigns obsolete.
Ideology aside, I can see why many Americans find Rick Santorum relatable. He presents himself as the underdog. He wears a sweater vest. He called himself the candidate you’d bring home to mom. But a close look at his statements should frighten anyone who values education. On Jan. 10, Santorum called President Barack Obama an […]
Dan Schnur, the director of the Jesse M. Unruh Institute of Politics, speaks at a panel titled “The First 100 Days of Jerry Brown” yesterday in Taper Hall. About 50 people attended the event, in which panelists discussed what the Brown administration has accomplished thus far.
USC students of The Zeitgeist Movement wrote the sidewalk messages to spark discussion.