Recent squabble over censorship has far reaching consequences for the future of technology and business transactions in China.
After conceding the vice presidential ticket, resigning as governor of Alaska and reflecting on her life in Going Rogue, Sarah Palin is back. Just when we thought the firestorm of Palin-centric jokes had been doused with the passing of time, Palin has reclaimed the media’s attention, this time under some very interesting circumstances. Earlier this […]
Recent rise in cable service prices should have students thinking about other options.
Attempted terrorist attack will prompt further airport security measures, but personal privacy concerns should be set aside.
California state legislature launches a myriad of insignificant new restrictions.
Today, I swiped my meal plan card at EVK, and scanned my options only to realize there was nothing for me to eat. Now, I’m just sitting in my room without any food because I’ve run out of frozen meals … again. Although students have their complaints about Everybody’s Kitchen and Parkside Restaurant, no one […]
“USC sucks!” “The giant has been slain!” “You guys are fast-paced downhill now!” By now, we’ve heard our fair share of taunts from Westwood and beyond. Why do these comments hurt so much? Why am I so offended? At the University of Southern California, the student body is drawn from a variety of different backgrounds. […]
New IFC regulations are a nice step in the right direction, but offer little tangible changes.
Oh, the joys of being young and in college: the lifelong friends we meet, the endless opportunities at our feet, the valuable access to knowledge and the places to go for advanced higher learning. And of course, there’s the partying to the wee hours of the morning, reckless nights we can barely remember and the […]
Filled with important decisions, the past year has been a step in a positive direction, laying the foundation for a prosperous future.