The Good, the Bad, the Weird really moves. Oozing style from every frame, Kim Jee-woon’s Korean western starts with a thrilling train robbery in Japanese-occupied China and rarely slows down. Here is a film that understands the simple pleasure of a moving camera and moving characters. Kim’s movie is an absurd, gorgeous mash-up of Western […]
I got the title for my Internet-themed column from ex-Senator Ted Stevens’ comments on net neutrality. In 2006, Stevens mixed up the words “Internet” and “e-mail,” and then gave an incorrect account of how e-mail traffic works, saying that “[the Internet is] not a big truck — it’s a series of tubes.” It seemed at […]
Upon hearing that Peter Buffett — son of American investor Warren Buffett — wrote a motivational book entitled Life is What You Make It, your first question might be: What hard life experiences did the son of a billionaire go through that would inspire him to write a self-help book? The answer, in short, is […]
Tahiti Boy and the Palmtree Family, 22-20s and Juliette Lewis performed at The Echo.
One of the most simultaneously frustrating yet promising aspects of USC is that it is a school perpetually under construction. Construction is underway at seemingly every turn of the campus. Given all the upheaval in the last four years, orange cones and yellow tape should be the official crest of the graduating class of 2010. […]
A loss to Stanford ended USC’s winning streak before the MPSF tournament.
Led by sophomore Jennifer Song, USC looks to qualify for its 13th straight appearance.
The Trojans will face off against crosstown rival UCLA in the annual dual meet.
The USC women’s tennis team will be making its 19th straight appearance at the NCAA’s.
Fighting dry conditions and a strong field, USC takes third at the Pac-10 championships.