Quenching California’s Thirst

Five USC Price students recently participated in the Public Policy Invitational at the University of Pennsylvania, winning top honors for their citizen-oriented proposal to curb California’s unquenchable thirst for water.

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Wal-Mart Threatens Chinatown’s Livelihood – Retail Giants Hurt the Local Economy and Disregard Local Culture

After multiple citizen protests and an attempted lawsuit against the retailer, Wal-Mart opened on Saturday, September 14th in Los Angeles’ Chinatown. The Neighborhood Market, on Cesar E. Chavez Boulevard and Grand Avenue, not only opposes the people’s’ interest but also threatens Chinatown’s economy.

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