USC News Movin’ on Up: For the third year in a row, USC and UCLA have tied in the U.S. News and World Report’s national university rankings. The annual report utilizes data on things like financial aid availability, graduation rates and student-to-faculty ratios. The 411: We moved up two spots while the Bruins stayed in […]
With the Academy Awards last weekend, a new season of films has officially begun. March should bring more new releases each weekend than January and February, which are typically slow months for theaters because of the awards season. This weekend has three nationwide releases, all playing to very different audiences. 300: Rise of an Empire […]
Despite Jimmy Kimmel’s hosting talents and Amy Poehler’s comedic antics, the 64th Emmy Awards were tired and predictable.
Marking its ninth season on the air, NBC’s hit comedy The Office premiered to its lowest season-opener ratings ever on Thursday, a 46% drop from last year. More notably, the series’ last first episode began to breed speculation on how the mockumentary is going to end its successful run. But after nine years of used material, what […]
Humor-based news media are becoming popular and viable substitutes for traditional media.
The Federal Election Commission must curb the power of super PACs before they render student grassroots campaigns obsolete.
As powerful as super PACs are, they constitute a legitimate form of political activity — one that will not suppress the student voice.
Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert to host events aimed at promoting moderation and cooperation.