Explore the Daily Trojan’s Spring 2016 supplement, “It Takes a Village: USC and the Community,” which examines the role the University plays in the surrounding community.
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In the mid-1990s, the University began the spring admit program due to the increased competition for university admission. Many spring admits have expressed concerns about acclimating to college life, and the University has introduced programs to help ease that transition.
As the cliché goes, if you love what you do, you won’t work a day in your life. I’m not sure who to credit this grand cliché to, but I’m going on record to state that whoever they are, they are unabashedly lying to your face. Nothing quite parallels my deep, profound and — according […]
For those of you who’ve been around as long as I have, Sunday’s announcement that former head coach Steve Sarkisian was asked to take an indefinite leave of absence from his role at the helm of Trojan Football was probably unanticipated. But for upperclassmen, it was eerily familiar to a situation that occurred just two […]
Grammar, stylistic conventions and the more technical aspects of writing get a bad rap. We all know they’re necessary, but surely it’s the content that makes the writing, right? Besides, breaking the rules from time to time is how creative writing stays fresh. But this is the wrong way to look at it. The rules […]
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Government inefficiency and corruption must be fixed in all departments.