Whatever one’s political bend may be, there is only new perspective and experience to be gained from debate.
Regulations for emissions ignore the root of environmental problems while hurting consumers and businesses.
Unpaid internships still fulfill the role of professional internships, which is to help students pursue their careers.
Carpool incentives have proven ineffective. New freeways would reduce traffic and boost the economy.
The LSAT is vastly different from other standardized tests and can’t be replaced with the GRE.
It is unlikely that scheduling examination weeks for midterms will improve student performance.
USC should give students housing priority on the basis of their individual, unique circumstances.
Stalling the beginning of classes may do students struggling to get enough sleep more harm than good.
The University must recognize the legal dangers of defying federal orders and should rethink its status.
Placing undue emphasis on state pride could result in disastrous consequences for Californians.