In an odd way, climate change is a millennial just like us.
In short, applying nationalist rhetoric to environmental issues and removing ourselves from international agreements is incredibly unproductive.
Based on all of the progress that USC has made around sustainability in the last 10 years, it would be incredibly disappointing to see this issue fall by the wayside.
We, as a society, tend to look away from nature because it is hard to quantify — to predict, time or measure.
The evaluation forms would continue helping professors improve their classroom skills, and the written comments students provide in their evaluations would give specific feedback.
I will end my last Daily Trojan column by noting that the best classes I’ve taken here have been classes that ended up in my course registration basket by chance.
Will better representation of women lead to fewer instances of our pain, oppression and experiences being trivialized? We can only hope so.
Maryland’s upcoming legislation, and the debate over if and how schools should regulate children’s computer time, is only going to create a new set of rules children will want to break.
Mental health is a spectrum; we all fall on it somewhere.
It would seem remiss of me to not begin with the musical legitimacy of the album, part of the reason it not only deserves its recent accolade but is also eligible at all to be considered, its salient messages aside.