The seven master of fine arts students that make up the Roski School of Art and Design’s class of 2016 announced on Friday that they are leaving the university as a result of grievances they have with the program’s funding and curriculum. “Because the University refused to honor its promises to us, we are returning […]
More than 15,000 students graduated in the ceremony held on May 15.
Devineni’s comic turns an Indian rape victim into a superhero who fights against sexual assult.
After winning the first game of the series, USC lost the second two games to Cal.
I should probably open this column by stating that I am from Houston, or Clutch City, and have been a Rockets fan my entire life. The team’s recent performance, however, is historic and deserving of praise from more than just Rocket fans. Only eight other teams in the NBA have ever come back from a 3-1 […]
Vanderbilt upset the Women of Troy in the NCAA semifinal match.
The men’s and women’s teams won 13 events in the Pac-12 Championships.
It has now been eight months since Wallis Annenberg Hall first opened its doors, and along with the five-story, 88,000 square foot headquarters for the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, came the two women at its helm —Sarah Banet-Weiser, director of the School of Communications, and Willow Bay, director of the School of Journalism […]
A fire broke out at College Residence Hall on Sunday night, leading to an evacuation of approximately 60 students by the USC Department of Public Safety. According to the Los Angeles Fire Department, the fire took place in a room on the third floor of the residence hall, part of New Residential College, and was […]
G-Eazy’s fans are undoubtedly loyal. In the middle of the rapper/producer’s tour, San Diego State University student Tyler Kistler wanted to bring G-Eazy to San Diego for a night. The rapper agreed to perform if more than 600 tickets were sold, and Kistler was more than up for the challenge. The college student turned to […]