Food fight

USC students demonstrated in the Parkside International Residential College dining hall Wednesday about low wages for USC employees. The protestors sang a song to the tune of “Jingle Bell Rock” and held a sign comparing the salaries of USG administrators to the salary of an average USC dining hall worker.

Marshall to offer masters in marketing

Beginning in the summer 2015 term, the Marshall School of Business will be offering a new Master of Science degree in marketing. The latest addition to a series of  Specialized Masters Programs offered through the school, the M.S. in marketing will offer a chance for students to hone in on advanced skills that are needed […]

Kiesza’s Sound shines but ultimately disappoints

Though her name is not something you’d hear every day, you may have heard Kiesza in her hit single “Hideaway” last February. The song premiered at the number one spot on the UK Official Singles Chart, and the music video garnered her more attention, parading around London in one take even though the singer had […]