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.
Dreamworks' animated sequel addresses social themes while remaining an entertaining film for all ages.
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Based on a painfully dated police procedural remembered for launching Johnny Depp’s acting career and not much else, the first 21 Jump Street movie should have been a spectacular misfire, another cautionary tale about the dangers of exhuming a once-popular television series and hastily retooling it to attract modern audiences. Instead co-directors Phil Lord and […]
Anticipated sequels to well-known video game franchises rule the showroom floor with next-generation gameplay.
As of Tuesday, the NCAA sanctions on USC’s athletic programs have expired. After four years of being hamstrung by a two-year postseason ban, scholarship limitations and the vacating of a Heisman Trophy, as well as the 2004 BCS National Championship and all of their victories in 2005, the USC football team is now free from […]
Senior hurdler Aleec Harris, this year’s West Region’s Men’s Track Athlete of the Year, will lead USC into Eugene, Oregon.
Junior pitcher Wyatt Strahan is the top Trojan drafted, going 93rd overall.