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Bipartisan political group holds first think tank

On Thursday night, the bipartisan political group No Labels held its first policy think tank at the Ronald Tutor Campus Center. Members of the Roosevelt Institute, USC College Republicans, USC College Democrats and Political Student Assembly attended to discuss and formulate solutions regarding broad economic growth and job creation. Luke Phillips, a junior majoring in […]


Letter to the editor: On pundits and protests

I’m not here to offer any thoughts on what happened between Michael Brown and Darren Wilson, on whether or not Brown deserved to be shot or deserves justice, on whether or not Wilson was justified or monstrous. And frankly, I don’t think anyone who was not present that fateful night has any business expounding thoughts […]


International students engage in campus politics

Political groups at USC have a substantial impact on student awareness and participation in the political process. For some international students who have never experienced the political freedoms that American students sometimes take for granted, that impact is much more personal and profound. USC enrolls more international students, who collectively represent over 130 countries, than […]


PSA shifts direction under new leadership

For the past several weeks, the Political Student Assembly has sponsored multiple events per week, but that might change as the assembly takes a “quality over quantity” approach to becoming an effective resource for politically focused student organizations under the leadership of a new executive director. Edwin Saucedo was voted in as PSA’s executive director […]


Students differ on the proper outlets for political activism

In an issue of the Daily Trojan from April 15, 1969, professor of education Nathaniel Hickerson wrote an article entitled “Students and the quasi-private University,” discussing the political role of college students during a particularly turbulent time in the nation’s history. In it, he highlighted the shift of universities from institutions solely churning out working […]