Acclaimed author reflects on his past


At an intimate gathering of students in the Ronald Tutor Campus Center Franklin Room, novelist Augusten Burroughs spoke to students about his career as a writer and the events in his life that influenced his work. The event was sponsored by Program Board, USC Spectrum and the Queer & Ally Student Assembly.   “There was […]

London calling: Reflecting on a spring semester abroad


At this point in the semester, all of us — abroad or not — are forced to evaluate what exactly we’ve accomplished over the past four months. What did we learn? Were our classes a waste of time? Did we have fun? Did we have too much fun? Thinking about where we started is the […]

USC has produced exciting moments


When I first applied to USC in the fall of 2009, I figured I was applying to a school that would continue its athletic dominance — specifically in football — across my four years in college. Pete Carroll was still the head football coach and a freshman phenom named Matt Barkley was showcasing the promise […]