Trojan success starts on the track

Speed kills. Just ask the rest of the Pac-12. Over the years, the conference has been known for high flyers, the deep pass and lots and lots of points. Then, Chip Kelly came to Oregon and things changed. Speed wasn’t the only attribute that mattered; raw athleticism combined with speed was the only way to […]


The following incidents were reported in the USC Dept. of Public Safety incident summary between Tuesday, March 27, and Wednesday, March 28. View Roundup 03-29 in a larger map Crimes against property At 2:06 a.m. on March 28, DPS officers on routine patrol discovered a damaged university electric cart that had been abandoned inside Parking […]


Samantha Castillo (right), a sophomore majoring in neuroscience, and members of the Student Coalition Against Labor Exploitation simulate a Cambodian sweatshop, where USC merchandise is made, in front of the Pertusati Bookstore on Wednesday. The simulation advocated for the university to become a member of the Worker Rights Consortium. [Correction: A previous version of this […]