LaB Coffee and Roasters, customized for the college student

Like most STEM majors, I go through each school day, lecture and basically every living moment of my life not knowing what I’m doing. What day is it? What on Earth is the significance of an eigenvector? Why does everyone assign more hours of homework than there are in a day?   On that note, […]

Bill Cunningham: An Unexpected Sartorial Soul

If anyone knows best about the fashion world, it’s Bill Cunningham. And if you don’t know who that is, you’ve seriously been missing out. Bill Cunningham is an 85-year-old fashion photographer who roams the sidewalks of New York City, capturing life through the street style of ordinary people. In his trademark blue coat, Bill has […]

10 Things You Wish You Knew Before Going To College

Roommates can make or break your year When transitioning into college, be open to getting to know your roommates. They can become your closest friends in the years to come. On the flip side, do not be afraid to change roommates if you are unhappy with your living situation. Winter blues in semester two Though […]

Great Cupcakes, Better Company

“Whoa, it’s like two tornados and a hurricane blew through here,” teases our RA as he catches sight of Kayla’s room. The six of us laugh guiltily before continuing to pass shoes and jewelry back and forth to the beat of Taylor Swift’s Blank Space. After almost an hour of perfecting winged eyeliner and trying […]

Daylight (you might not be) saving time

Come Nov. 1, students will be recovering from the Weekender or Halloweekend festivities, but they will also experience the wonders of having one extra hour in the night due to Daylight Saving Time ending. While initially this opportunity to sleep for an extra hour may seem too good to be true, students should heed the […]

Which L.A. beach should you go to?

Due to Los Angeles’s lack of cold weather, the beach is a common year-round destination for many visitors. It’s perfect for tanning, playing volleyball, people watching and walking around the shops to name a few activities. The diversity of L.A.’s beaches makes it easy for people to choose according to their personal preferences. Below is […]

Haden steps down from College Football Playoff selection committee

USC athletic director Pat Haden is stepping down from the College Football Playoff selection committee, Executive Director Bill Hancock announced today. “I am reluctant to step down, but my doctors advised me to reduce my traveling,” Haden said. The 62-year-old Haden has most recently been dealing with some health concerns. He felt ill on the […]

Eli’s DT 4-1-1: Week of 10/26/15

USC News Diversity Delay: The USG Senate met Tuesday to vote on the campus climate resolution presented a week ago. The meeting didn’t quite go as planned. Large crowds packed into the small room to watch the discussion heat up among the USG leaders. The plan has become a big issue for student assemblies all […]

Three seasonal recipes to fuel your pumpkin spice mania

We all know what characterizes the month of October. No, it’s not just Halloween, or candy or even leaves changing colors — it’s pumpkin. Pumpkin is now everywhere. Grocery store shelves become stocked with more and more pumpkin-themed and flavored goodies each year: peanut butter, English muffins, marshmallows, chocolate — the list goes on. To […]