Letter to the editor

Seniors with A’s shouldn’t have to take their finals. I’m sitting on my bed, rushing to read the first and last pages of the reading for a class I have in 20 minutes, completely overwhelmed, stressed — yet convinced that somehow it will get done. When did this sudden change of heart and perseverance occur? […]

Change always present at USC

One of the most simultaneously frustrating yet promising aspects of USC is that it is a school perpetually under construction. Construction is underway at seemingly every turn of the campus. Given all the upheaval in the last four years, orange cones and yellow tape should be the official crest of the graduating class of 2010. […]

Job market is mostly contingent upon timing

The Wall Street Journal recently reported that consumers are finally spending money on more than just basic material goods again. It’s been two years since retailers, restaurants and other merchants made significant profits. Women are starting to splurge on cute shoes, families are celebrating birthdays at their favorites restaurants and couples are opting to improve […]

Fate not fitting for departing seniors

When the USC men’s basketball team plays its final home game of the regular season Saturday against Oregon State, it will be the last time that three seniors take the floor at the Galen Center. There will undoubtedly be a pleasant celebration to honor the contributions that the departing players made to the program during […]