It seems impossible to just stand for women’s rights and not take into account or try to educate oneself on the needs of other underrepresented groups and make sure activists who identify with those groups have a seat at the table.
Expat Generation: Language is a reflection of culture, learning a new language is a reflection of yourself
We take language to be our own but we forget that it never was, and even as it releases our minds from inner silence, it constricts our thoughts to the molds of a particular language’s grammar logic and sentence structure.
The Eck’s Factor: Hypercompetitive pre-health academic culture is not conducive to fostering compassionate physicians
To counter the counterintuitive setting of pre-health academic culture, students must start by expanding their perspectives beyond their letter grades.
Many people, especially low-income individuals and essential workers, do not have the option of social distancing. But for those who do and choose not to, the continued dismissal of quarantine policies has been both baffling and frustrating to workers at the frontline battling the pandemic.
How will USC alter its budget through this crisis? Near the top of the school’s list of priorities should be continuing to employ USC workers, which has several benefits.
On Instagram, the camera eats first — but should we really be giving an app so much control over our dietary choices?
The virus has illuminated all the ways in which our institutions are broken.
Universities’ handling of the COVID-19 pandemic emphasizes the need for more lenient practices, even when things go back to “normal.”
This global crisis requires governments to seek solutions without borders.
This stance encapsulates a common trend today — the rejection of reputable scientific evidence for an outlook that relies on destiny instead.