“As someone who is involved in mental health [work] on campus, I have seen firsthand the struggles students face to figure out how they can be best supported.”
“We must renew our community’s commitment to demand better from our university, political leaders, and each other”
International Women’s Day is an opportunity to recognize the women who have historically been excluded by mainstream feminism, says USC vice-president university affairs Ziyana Kotadia.
Misogynistic attacks on women running for USC elected positions are well-documented and must be addressed if we want more diverse candidates, say Nika Bajaj, Katie Campbell and Sara-Emilie Clark.
Like many Western stories, mine is one of change. As a bright-eyed, tennis-loving 17-year old, fresh out of high school, I made the decision to attend university as a student athlete in North Carolina. As you can probably guess, that stint didn’t last very long.
For a long time, I didn’t give any thought to my sexuality. By my third year of university, it was the only thing I could think about.
Adam Wallace on his support for Andrew Scheer.
One of three interviews with student party leaders on campus.
A new low-impact tote bag doesn't, either.
It’s a week of frenzied partying, instant friendships and utter mayhem. The louder prospered, while people like myself — who you may call timid, shy or quiet — drowned in an effort to fit in.
Pressures on males to perform at high levels may be putting their health at risk.
A fourth-year student highlights how problematic it can be to identify with programs and marks.
Health Services' Dr. Laurence Batmazian details the shift away from free prescriptions for those under 25.