For Ritch, Zionism constitutes an important component of her identity as a Jew, and she felt unable to continue her elected service in USG due to repeated acts of intimidation on account of her professed Zionist identity. A climate that permits such intimidation has no place on our campus.
Despite meeting with campus administrators and passing a public resolution in USG calling for its relocation, the University has made no public effort to rectify the situation.
To meaningfully address the demands of the movement, USC must listen to and act on behalf of Black Trojans rather than pay lip service. The listening part is over.
There is nothing to debate. Black Trojans are exhausted and demand action.
Until Greek life is banned at USC, the University is actively endorsing classism and racism.
You can help by begging University officials to stop seizing the earnings of international students with part-time jobs or internships. This kind of leverage over any student must not be tolerated. And yet, it’s happening across the country before our very eyes.
And it seems to me, incumbent in the 21st century that, certainly in the collegial environment, we collectively move beyond the superficial to do the hard work of undoing moral confusion caused by the devaluation and dismissal of heritage that may not be shared.
The Daily Trojan recently published an op-ed written by Ramona Amely, titled, “On-Campus Job Fairs Lack Career Diversity.” The writer addressed a concern with the variety of employers that recruit on campus. On behalf of the USC Career Center, I would like to describe the range of employers that recruit our Trojans through our on-campus […]
RSVP has tremendous value to offer our student body.
The first step in solving a problem is acknowledging there is one. That is why at the end of last semester, we, the Environmental Student Assembly and the USC Environmental Core, authored a letter to President Carol Folt asking for public disclosure of the University’s endowment investments into the energy sector, and in particular, fossil […]