Roundup


The following incidents were reported in the USC Dept. of Public Safety incident report summary from Tuesday, Feb. 18. Crimes against a person at 3:23 p.m. on Feb. 18, a student at Fairmont Apartments complained about receiving multiple offensive text messages from a person she did not know. Crimes against property at 9:18 a.m. on […]

Club fosters bonds


Peaks and Professors aims to cultivate student-professor relationships through hiking.

Breaking barriers


The Black Campus Ministries hosted a panel Wednesday night, “Ask a Black Person,” in which black USC students answered anonymously submitted questions. The event was held in honor of Black History Month and intended to expand awareness of black culture.  

UCLA and USC host town hall


The town hall focused on racist fliers sent to the two schools and took place at UCLA.

HAUTE Highlights


“Innocents: Photos by Moby” Project Gallery Friday, Feb. 21 – March 31 Famous singer, DJ and vegan Moby will be showing his photographs at Project Gallery starting this Friday. The artist is debuting a series of photos that stray from his former work and display dream-like scenarios featuring models in masks and costumes, captured over […]

House of Cards plays on antihero fervor


Why does it feel so good to root for the bad guy? The greatest villains alternately attract and repel their audiences, drawing us in close before going for the jugular. Some seduce us with their beauty, ambition or corrupted sense of righteousness. Others dazzle us with the polish of their silver tongues. A few steal […]