USC DPS Roundup


The following incidents were reported in the USC Department of Public Safety incident report summary between Sunday, April 27 and Monday, April 28.  Crimes against a person At 1:47 A.M. on April 27, DPS officers observed a non-USC male appear to lose consciousness after getting punched by another non-USC male during an altercation outside Jack […]

Annenberg professor named Company Officer


Judy Johnson, an adjunct professor at the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, was appointed this past week as the chief marketing and communications officer for Caruso Affiliated, a  Los Angeles-based company that is one of the largest privately held real estate companies in the United States. Johnson brings a wide range of industry experience […]

Israpalooza


Alison Levine (left), associate director of USC Hillel, waits patiently as Julia Dwyer (right), a sophomore majoring in industrial and systems engineering, finishes a henna tattoo during Tuesday’s event, which  took place in McCarthy Quad. Israpalooza celebrated the 66th anniversary of Israel’s Independence Day.  

Sterling situation raises questions


When Daily Trojan Editorial Director Yasmeen Serhan pitched a story about President Barack Obama decrying the racist statements made by Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling earlier this week, I was reluctant to pick it up. Everyone and their mom (including mine) had an opinion about Donald Sterling’s racist comments at that point, so I […]

Preparing for Cinco de Mayo


Congratulations on enduring the last week of classes, Trojans. I can honestly say that this semester has been one for the books, but it is not over yet because we have two weeks of finals and then comes summer vacation. Since this is my last column of the semester, I want to leave you with […]