Women of Troy head to Palo Alto for NCAA Tournament

For women’s water polo and the women of Troy, it’s tournament time. On May 8, three-seed USC (22-5) heads up to Palo Alto to face sixth-seeded Hawaii (18-8) in the round of eight. USC is coming of a fourth place finish in the MPSF Tournament, where USC came off of close losses to UCLA and […]

Renowned sports agent Leigh Steinberg to host “Agent Academy”

Legendary sports agent Leigh Steinberg, who’s considered to be one of the most influential figures in all of sports, will be hosting his second ever “Sports Agent Academy” on May 16 at Steinberg Sports & Entertainment’s headquarters in Newport Beach, California. The event is back by popular demand after Steinberg, who’s well known for his […]

Eight tips to get you up for an early morning run

We all feel better when we do something healthy for our bodies. It’s just a fact. But I think most of us know the difficult feeling of trying to bring yourself to get up early to go on a run. I bet half of you are nodding your head thinking back to the few hundreds […]

Forming bonds in Kiyosato

It is only the end of April, but the sun has begun to rise hot and white in the sky. The new freshmen have begun to settle comfortably into the routine of university life. They’ve finalized their schedules, but more importantly, they’ve begun to finalize their club memberships. Unlike American college students, who can hardly […]

USC engineering team places 3rd in competition

The USC Human Powered Vehicle Design Team, founded at the beginning of the fall 2014 semester sponsored by the Viterbi School of Engineering placed in the top 10 for every competition with a 3rd place ranking in the endurance event during a competition hosted by the Santa Clara Valley Senior Section of the American Society […]