Students are the heart of this school. Our perspective must be sincerely considered in the selection of a new university president.
As the premier source of daily news on USC campus, the Daily Trojan is in the process of rebuilding itself — just like USC.
In a time when a series of scandals has left USC students questioning the University's ability to govern in their best interests, the student body has more power than we realize.
No matter the course of action it takes, the University must seriously reconsider its priorities as an institution of higher learning and, more importantly, as a second home to 45,500 young adults.
Every school deserves an independent student press. We must #SaveStudentNewsrooms.
The liberal arts provide students with opportunities to explore disciplines they haven’t previously considered, and to consider viewpoints to which they haven’t yet been exposed — opportunities that evidently pay off in the long run.
"What has followed the Parkland tragedy is a positive departure from the norms of mourning and internalized helplessness that have gone hand-in-hand with the far too many mass shootings we’ve witnessed in recent history."
Student activists across the country are the ones paving the way forward, and they are the ones — not actionless legislators — whose examples we must follow.
This week, and for the first time all semester, a resolution failed when brought to a vote on the Undergraduate Student Government Senate floor. The rejection of the resolution, which if passed would have added an external advocacy director position to USG, sent a clear and resounding message: Partisanship has no place in USG. But, […]
"So far this campaign season, USG has struggled to meet its own guidelines and standards for transparency."