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Both USC and UCLA's student papers look at interesting homeless issues today. The Daily Bruin heads out into Westwood to talk to area homeless people as they examine the court ruling invalidating LA's stringent anti-homelessness policy. USC looks at students without homes and how some of them have begun sleeping in the stacks in the 24 hour library.
The Daily Trojan points out that this isn't that uncommon an occurrence at expensive universities around the country.
How much does it cost per credit to go to SMC again?