World must recognize Armenian struggle

Kessab, a largely Armenian-populated town in northwestern Syria, and its surrounding villages have been under cross-border attack the past week from Turkey via Al Qaeda-affiliated groups. On Friday, March 21, the rebels crossed the Turkish border and attacked Kessab. A couple days later, on March 23, the extremist groups entered the town of Kessab, held […]

TV shows must rethink killing off main characters

Before you read this column, I should tack on a giant spoiler alert warning. Whether you’re a good student waiting to watch your favorite show until after midterm season or, if you’re like me, and throw caution to the wind with too many shows to watch in one sitting, none of us like spoilers. They […]

Students beat Guinness World Record for making sandwiches

On Friday at Alumni Park, The Special Events Committee in collaboration with Zeta Phi Rho fraternity made 17,341 sandwiches and beat the Guinness World Record of most sandwiches made in an hour. At least 20 different teams from varying organizations competed to make the most sandwiches and win the $500 gift card award.  The meals […]

Defensive linemen adjusting to system

Steve Sarkisian’s hiring last December meant the reinvigoration of the up-tempo, partially no-huddle offense in Troy. It also meant that for some of the largest guys on the football field at USC, life was about to get a lot more tiring. Opposing defenses will need to adjust to a faster pace from the Trojans next […]