Tag Archive for: fall2020
Civic engagement shouldn’t stop at the presidency and securing a Senate majority could mean the difference between a presidency plagued by stagnancy and one defined by progress, innovative policy and unified growth.
Under the current Trumpian kakistocracy, the principles of conservatism should be taught to fight political polarization and extremism and foster understanding.
Coaches noted takeaways from the opener as USC looks ahead to Arizona.
Sophomore Alex Zarchy discussed the cultivation of her coloring book that focuses on the artists and social issues of the Los Angeles art scene.
A singer-songwriter in the popular music program, senior Nadine Bloch releases songs that are a melting pot of genres and experiences.
A surge in young voters is something that many people have predicted since 2018, but newsrooms’ surprise showcases a bigger problem of an insufficient youth perspective in journalism.
Green Juice Skeptic: The pandemic presents new opportunity to radically transform sexual health education
In efforts to reduce undue impositions of contempt, guilt and shame, as well as public health disparities, we ought to utilize the pandemic as an opportunity to transform our social, cultural and political approaches toward sexual health.
At the end of Week 9, we’re just over halfway through the NFL season. The Los Angeles Rams have played eight games and have a bye week now. They’re 5-3 with eight games to go and trying to make a playoff push in arguably the toughest division in the NFL. The Seattle Seahawks lead the […]
I want to draw attention to practices that aren’t working or benefitting people as well as they should, which leads me to the problematic role Donor Advised Funds play in the nonprofit sector.
The financial implications of a pandemic are being felt in sports and music.