After years of frustrating false starts (Superman Returns, Green Lantern) and a disheartening number of unrealized or abandoned projects (Joss Whedon’s Wonder Woman, George Miller’s computer-animated version of Justice League), the superstructure of the DC cinematic universe is finally beginning to take shape. While Marvel Studios continues to add to its menagerie of spandex-clad do-gooders, […]
Los Angeles’ cultural diversity allows for a plethora of interesting flavors that translate wonderfully to the grill.
In America, a good education is not easily brewed up. So when Starbucks announced Monday that it would pay for its employee’s college education, the company showed that it valued its employees’ educational aspirations by financially supporting them through the process of gaining their bachelor’s degrees. To make a more impactful statement about the role […]
Removing tenure is a step in the right direction for educational reform
The following incidents were reported in the USC Dept. of Public Safety incident report summary between Thursday, June 12, and Tuesday, June 17. Crimes against a person at 3:04 a.m. on June 14, it was reported that several males were involved in a physical altercation at 28th St and Figueroa St. A student and his […]
Officials attribute much of the crime reduction to restricted hours after 9 p.m.
Surveys within the school indicate that 99 percent of students had laptops.
Mostafa Badaoui (above), a graduate student majoring in industrial and systems engineering, heads to class on Monday, June 16. He is one of the 15,038 students enrolled in summer school sessions (both on campus and online), which officially started on May 21 and runs until August 12.
There are a total of seven freshman sessions over the course of the summer.
The editors at the Daily Trojan discuss the Trojans’ prospects this season with the incoming freshman recruiting class.