There is less than a month until graduation, and I feel suspended between excited anticipation and inevitable hesitance. Articulating what these past three years have meant for me personally is a task surely encumbered by trite expressions and saccharine sentiment. However, I hope to reflect on the good, focusing on the gratitude that has sustained […]
We should question the effectiveness of a “humanitarian” intervention, in response to innocent deaths, that itself reportedly killed four children.
How can a society effectively address inequality if only half the population receives the message?
The government and educational institutions will most effectively tackle the issue of food insecurity if they work together.
If 2017 has forced me to learn or recognize anything new, it is surely that I will no longer, as so many have suggested for productive discourse, “agree to disagree.” How often in political debate, whether 54 comments deep into a Facebook post or across the dinner table, has this phrase been used? In the […]
Beyoncé is pregnant, and the world has erupted.
Though Biden is exceptionally prepared to take on new initiatives addressing sexual assault, he will undoubtedly need the support of universities such as USC.