The Trojans are confident after shutting down the nation’s top passing offense in Oregon State.
With the Women of Troy’s place in the NCAA Tournament all but secured, the team is now focused on clinching the conference title.
As the cliché goes, “The games you remember are played in November.” And if you’ve followed USC football — or college football in general — even peripherally for the last decade or so, you’ve heard the stat: Pete Carroll’s USC Trojans were 29-1 in the month of November throughout his illustrious tenure. It actually is […]
In new coach Andy Enfield’s fast-paced offense, guard play is of utmost importance.
Last year, USC ended a discouraging season by beating No. 2 UCLA. The Women of Troy have the chance to repelicate that feat tonight.
Speakers at the event weighed in on economic and public health impacts of fracking.
A White House correspondent discusses the United States’ policy on the Middle East.
Teddy Davis’s platform includes creating jobs and keeping neighborhoods clean.
S.A.F.E. T-Alliance aims to aid students who are victims of gender-based violence.
Students line up for free flu shots at Hahn Plaza outside of Tommy Trojan on Wednesday afternoon. The Engemann Student Health Center sponsored the outreach by the Los Angeles County Public Health Department to vaccinate faculty, students, staff and the surrounding community.