Elena Kadvany | Point: Partisanship cannot continue as is My initial reaction to the news that President Barack Obama was re-elected was relief, not excitement. I was relieved that the leader I believe in gets another four years to prove himself to those who don’t believe in him the way I do, and to continue […]
Students from both sides of the aisle came together in a final match-up to take part in a phone-banking competition in the Annenberg East Lobby for the final day of the 2012 election. The competition, sponsored by USC College Democrats, USC College Republicans and the Jesse M. Unruh Institute of Politics, aimed at motivating and […]
In an effort to keep the USC community up to date on a bevy of important issues and events, the Daily Trojan has produced a large amount of content both online and in print. Here’s a rundown of (and some links to) what’s been going on: Last Wednesday a Halloween shooting rattled the campus. The Daily […]
With the election fast approaching, students are preparing to cast their votes. The Daily Trojan spoke to a number of students to see what issues in the election are the most important to them when they cast their ballots.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has gotten a lot of flak for his antiquated views on some social issues that, though not the focal points of this election, mean everything to some voters. Despite a conservative fiscal policy and a focus on strong national defense that many young Republicans support, Romney’s anti-gay marriage stance eliminates […]
Students should not be constrained by the two-party system but should consider third-party candidates.
5:51 The Daily Trojan’s Editorial Director, Elena Kadvany, and opinion columnist Sarah Cueva will be live blogging the third presidential debate from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Elena will take a more liberal perspective, and Sarah a conservative one. Check the DT website and Twitter (@dailytrojan) for live updates! 6:08 SC: Moderator Bob Schaiffer starts off […]
Propagandizing political ads only serve to distract and misinform voters.
The Millennial generation tends to vote Democrat, but voting along party lines is not why college students should vote to re-elect President Barack Obama this November.
“Road to the White House” series begins with a panel on future of general election.