Last night, to avoid writing the final paper of my undergraduate career, I started calculating how much time I had spent in the Daily Trojan newsroom during my time at USC. We begin production at 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday and routinely stay until almost midnight. On Sunday, we start at noon (brunch provided) and […]
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“News, your photos are up! Tease is also done!” Our job is seemingly rote. We come into the office at 5 p.m. or 6 p.m. every Monday night through Thursday and at 12 p.m. every Sunday afternoon. We sit down at our workstation, open Google Chrome and an ugly array of tabs (Google Mail, Google […]
The event concluded the Unruh Institute of Politics’ series on the 2016 Elections.
Panelists talked about the results of the Republican primary race so far as well as the future of the party.
As a senior unwillingly graduating this May, I inevitably find myself reflecting on the past three and a half years. I am amazed by how much has changed during that time and by how much has not. Since I arrived at USC in 2012, the acceptance rate for freshmen has fallen nearly 10 percent, new […]
On a whiteboard behind my desk in the Daily Trojan newsroom, there are tally marks indicating the number of corrections we’ve printed in the DT this semester: currently 11. Each one pains me, as though the marks were written with Professor Umbridge’s special quill, but they serve as a constant reminder of one of the […]
Ten candidates took the stage for the main debate held in Boulder, Colorado.
Heading into the debate, businessman Donald Trump led the eleven candidates on stage in all major national polls.
The panel discussed the impact of the midterm elections on potential presidential candidates.
The panelists analyzed the connection between education and job opportunities.