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It might seem like loneliness isn’t a big deal, but it’s an epidemic that rivals the effects of the coronavirus.
The MLB has struggled to appeal to younger fans in recent years. When the league made an effort to revitalize a young spirit, it may have forgotten about its players.
The increased accessibility to films and television is a double-edged sword, a battle in which the gatekeepers of “great cinema” are steadily losing and the general public seems to gain a greater edge.
A high schooler from my hometown addressed an open letter to the governor of New Mexico via social media: “When you sent your mandate that soccer wouldn’t happen this fall, it not only broke my heart but many other players’ as well.” Her feelings were beyond valid. “Senior soccer season is a rite of passage, […]
Last week, Provost Charles Zukoski announced that Keck School of Medicine Dean Laura Mosqueda would be stepping down from her position to help drive “efforts to expand and advance geriatrics at the University.” I had the opportunity to hear from the Keck dean during the early stages of USC’s response to the coronavirus pandemic last […]
As California goes, so does the nation, and this column will go with it.
By not stepping on the court, NBA players took control of their platform and demanded change. Everyone had no choice but to listen.
Athletes already have enough on their plate. Where do they find a distraction from their work when the game is over in a country constantly grieving from injustice?
It’s easy to use a metal straw for your iced coffee and pat yourself on the back for your choice, but it is far more difficult to stop and ask yourself: What do these words really mean, and what is their impact?
The argument that Black athletes are somehow immune to police brutality due to the size of their pockets is invalid.