Donald Kinder compared the voting outcome between the 2008 and 2012 elections.
This semester, USC students have the opportunity to attend a variety of events dealing with themes of race and religion in society from the perspective of three major religions — Islam, Christianity and Judaism. The Race, Faith and Violence program, a collaboration between the USC Caruso Catholic Center and the Institute for Advanced Catholic Studies, […]
Keith Feldman’s research focuses on the relationship of the U.S., Asia and Africa.
Event attendees had the opportunity to discuss issues of multiple identities in a workshop format.
Racial profiling has no place in our evaluation of the community, regardless of tragic crimes.
The affirmative action debate should not make students forget the point of applications.
Fulbeck said his son inspired him to make art about weird things he found in everyday life.
The United States needs to direct its efforts toward enhancing legal immigration.
Try mentioning the word ‘run,’ and most people are sent running, though not for the treadmills. Over time, people have misconstrued running as a sport designed solely for those blessed with superior lung functions and shiny, strong calves. But such assumptions shouldn’t be an excuse for avoiding participation in one of the most exciting community […]