Tag Archive for: letter to the editor
USC art schools are perpetuating the idea that “outsiders” aren’t good enough to be artists.
USC must diversify the race selection on the Common App and all University forms.
The USC Rock Garden needs an official plaque to memorialize the Nisei students it’s attempting to honor.
Recent alumna Elaine Kodama breaks down the reason why USC’s course unit allocation needs to change.
As students are at high risk of sexual assualt, the prohibition makes self defense nearly impossible.
To blame fraternities for the actions of their individual members is somewhat illogical.
“It is our choices, Harry, that show what we truly are, far more than our abilities.” The words of my childhood hero, Albus Dumbledore, resonate with me in the 20 days before I walk into a future with the choices I have made as a student these past three years at USC. Since last September, […]
This week, USC’s Graduate Student Government will open the first known emergency fund for international and undocumented students at an American university. The fund will provide emergency support for students facing revocation of their student visas as a result of the current administration’s actions (including this week’s updated executive order barring the citizens of six […]
Dear President C. L. Max Nikias, Last year, USC faculty and students came together to call on our university to affiliate with the Worker Rights Consortium, the only independent factory monitor in the nation. This was an important first step, and since our affiliation last summer, the locations of Trojan apparel production and detailed reports […]
The main role of the Undergraduate Student Government is to serve as the representative body for the undergraduate student population here at USC. The Undergraduate Student Government, also known as USG, is able to do this through the programming of events, advocating for desired changes, funding student organizations and events and writing new legislation for […]