CorePower Yoga aims to offer invigorating workouts


Namaste in bed no more. This September, CorePower Yoga — one of America’s largest yoga brands — is adding to its 170-plus locations by opening its doors at USC Village. Rooting an intensely physical workout in the mindfulness of yoga, CorePower Yoga is helping college students change their bodies as well as their lives. Open […]

Paying it forward: Paul Young to lead Thornton program


After working for Universal Music Group for the better part of the past decade, Paul Young, the Thornton School of Music’s new music industry chair, had an epiphany. “I wasn’t chasing my own passions anymore, even though I had previously defined them,” Young said. “I met every objective I set for myself, but they weren’t […]

COLUMN: The Bold Type captures realities of young female journalists


The finale of The Bold Type’s first season will air this upcoming Tuesday on Freeform, marking the end of the first chapter of a series that has changed the game for television aimed at millennial women. The Bold Type, starring the fresh faces of Katie Stevens, Aisha Dee and Meghan Fayh as its leading ladies, […]

Arts District


Los Angeles launders often. Or rather, we launder Los Angeles often. You and I. It’s not a utilitarian thing; LA is always in a ceaselessly perfect summer. We have no reason for our seasoned, seasonal wardrobes. Yet, each day, as sure as seventy degree weather, as sure as rush hour gridlock, we dress and redress […]

Eighteen Trojans selected to Hall of Fame


On Wednesday afternoon, USC unveiled 18 new additions to the USC Athletic Hall of Fame as part of its 2018 class. The group, which includes Trojan legends ranging from football players to a mascot, will be formally announced on Nov. 4 during the Arizona football game at the Coliseum. Five former Trojan football players were […]

Men’s water polo looks to shake off 2016 heartbreak


After coming close to taking the NCAA Championship game last season, the men’s water polo team — which opens this season ranked at No. 2 — set its sights on winning it all. Even though they ended last season with a 24-2 record, with only one loss during the regular season, the Trojans hope to […]

Trojans get set for Western Michigan as opener looms


The Trojans have been fine-tuning in order to stay sharp against Western Michigan for the game on Saturday. With the clock winding down on time, head coach Clay Helton emphasized defensive readiness to prevent the Trojans from falling behind the tempo of the Broncos. Locking In Third Down In order to stall Western Michigan’s fast-paced […]

Pivotal season upcoming for Pac-12


At first glance, it appears as though Pac-12 football lags far behind fellow Power Five conferences. Over the past ten years, the league has struggled to produce as many draft picks as the SEC, ACC and Big Ten. In terms of television deals, the struggling Pac-12 Network is projected to make less revenue than the […]

Residential Education debuts mobile app


The Office for Residential Education released the “USC Residential Experience” smartphone app this semester to further inform students of events and updates throughout the academic year. The app allows students living in residential colleges to keep track of upcoming events such as Cardinal and Gold events and compete with other students in their residential college […]