The university is looking to enroll 35 foreign students into a master of laws program.
When 26-year-old computer programmer and political activist Aaron Swartz committed suicide last Friday, news of his death spread across the Internet with the same speed as the viral videos and the applications he had helped to produce. At the time of his death, he faced unnecessarily harsh felony charges entailing a possible 35-year sentence and […]
Digital content engages passive students and turns them into active participants.
Our social generation needs a service that allows for collaboration and multimedia usage — a service we intuitively know how to use.
With college tuition continuing to rise with no guarantee for jobs after graduation, some prospective college students might choose alternative paths to education. Because of the increase in costs, enrolling for a postsecondary education online has become an attractive option — not a last resort. The virtual classroom experience provides a viable alternative that students […]
Online content is the future of sports journalism, but some journalists refuse to give in. The difference between sports journalists A.J. Daulerio and Bob Costas, for example, represents the ever-changing role of the media in sports and in the way society views sports coverage. To Costas, Daulerio must seem like the embodiment of a sports […]
One of the most fascinating aspects of the quasi-revolution currently taking place in Egypt is the way protestors are organizing themselves. Over the weekend, The Daily Beast reported that many of the demonstrations have been organized by an unknown individual operating a dead man’s Facebook page. The operator is known by the name El Shaheed, meaning martyr. This […]
The City Council will debate a 1954 ordinance banning such services on Tuesday.
The MAT@USC program grew from 144 students to more than 1,000 in just one year.
Gordon Stables hopes to start video debates and potentially facilitate debates over Twitter.