Counterpoint: Professors’ political views cannot alienate students

Link: Counterpoint: Professors’ political views cannot alienate students  By SHAULI BAR-ON January 31, 2018 in Columns, Opinion Art by Di Wu | Daily Trojan By the fourth week of classes, students are more familiar with their professors, and know more about their teaching style, rigor and, in many cases, political views. While understanding their professors can help some students … Continue reading Counterpoint: Professors’ political views cannot alienate students

COUNTERPOINT: Idealized standards of consent are not realistic

Link: COUNTERPOINT: Idealized standards of consent are not realistic January 24, 2018 in Columns, Opinion Art by Di Wu | Daily Trojan This past weekend, over 4 million people worldwide took to the streets in demonstration for the annual Women’s March. The first women’s march took place last January after President Donald Trump’s first day in office. The … Continue reading COUNTERPOINT: Idealized standards of consent are not realistic

OPINION: Dining halls must adapt to Jewish dietary needs

OPINION: Dining halls must adapt to Jewish dietary needs  By SHAULI BAR-ON January 9, 2018 in Opinion   Los Angeles is a metropolitan hub for Jews. After the New York City area, Los Angeles has the most Jews in the United States. And yet, in a city with over 600,000 Jewish people, USC does not adequately offer dining … Continue reading OPINION: Dining halls must adapt to Jewish dietary needs