USC alumna receives first Mary Roney Scholarship

Lorna Joachim, left, daughter of Mary Roney, presents a copy of her mother’s thesis to Master of Liberal Students program student Jeri Schuessler-Loynchan, who won the first Mary Roney Memorial Scholarship. Jeri Schuessler-Loynachan ’83 became the first student in the Master of Liberal Studies (MLS)...

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From XO to CO: a CLC-36 change-of-command

IWAKUNI, Japan – Maj. Charles R. Johnston relinquished command of Combat Logistics Company 36 to Capt. Roderick J. Singleton Jr. during a change-of-command ceremony aboard Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, May 23, 2014.Johnston first took command of CLC-36 in June 2013 after serving two...

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Britain’s £1.7bn EU surcharge – Q&A

Why has Britain been hit by a £1.7bn EU surcharge?The European Union budget is partly financed on the basis of the gross national income (GNI) figures of member states. On 17 October the commission presented a €2.1bn (£1.7bn) surcharge bill to Britain based on the...

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European Central Bank is fighting fires on all fronts

Let’s face it, another drop in investor confidence and another lurch downwards in stock markets, had been coming. The contributors were important: a weak report from US manufacturers; a quarrel between eurozone members over collateral to be used in the Greek bailout; and a warning...

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All the president’s emails

To: Hillary Clinton <secretary@state.gov> Subject: Re: spies like us First priority, cease all cables from embassies until further notice. Second, make amends to UN. Tell them we never intended for our diplomats to snoop. Say we just wanted to get hold of their frequent flyer...

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Gaddafi is a legitimate target

The death of Muammar Gaddafi’s son, Saif al-Arab, if true, is nothing to celebrate. The deaths of his grandchildren, if confirmed, would be nothing short of tragic – a tragedy felt by countless families across Libya whose children have been shot, blown apart and even...

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Alexis Tsipras claims creditors are making Greek crisis worse

Greece’s leftwing prime minister Alexis Tsipras has lambasted international creditors supporting the thrice bailed-out country for exacerbating its problems by failing to agree on how to address its burgeoning debt problem.Speaking at the Thessaloniki annual trade fair, where Greek leaders traditionally outline economic policy, Tsipras...

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