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Behind the Desk: The Road to Editorial Director

I took over as the editorial director of the Daily Trojan in the third week of Spring 2017 after one week of shadowing my predecessor. At the beginning of the semester, I was preparing for my new role as an editorial assistant; my first big surprise on the Daily Trojan’s staff came when I learned […]


Behind the Desk: Through the Lens

Sorry, Paulina. I know I got this to you a good week after you wanted it. But as I’m sure you know and have seen, being a journalist never stops. So, as I sit in my dark dorm room at 2 a.m. after a long edit session with my lamp light illuminating the keyboard and […]


Accident damages cars, injures four near USC

Four people were injured last night in a car collision at 12:29 a.m. on Friday near the intersection of Jefferson Boulevard and Orchard Avenue.  According to the Los Angeles Police Department, none of the people involved were USC-affiliated. Department of Public Safety Assistant Chief David Carlisle said that the initial reports indicated that the cause […]


As USC blooms, so too does the Daily Trojan

I came to the startling realization earlier this week that my days as a student at this University are numbered. After I put on my graduation robe and walk across the stage to collect my diploma, I fear I will lose the security of the Trojan Family camaraderie, the feeling that we’re in this together. It’s […]


Travel plans are made after Wurstküche

I call my mom in Kansas City around the same time every day, a ritual we’ve developed over the past four years to bridge the 1,500 mile distance and time zone change between us. Our daily conversations are often bookended by her concerns about my well-being. “Are you eating enough? Make sure you’re getting enough sleep!” […]


Old Chinatown brings feelings of family, togetherness

Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. Every year, I look forward to spending time with my parents, celebrating the day with family-specific traditions. We watch the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade while demolishing scallion pancakes, a Chinese side dish. For dinner, we trade Thanksgiving Turkey for Thanksgiving Peking duck. And at night, we winnow through the Black […]


Paris also exists in places like LA

This weekend, I revisited one of my favorite movies, Woody Allen’s Midnight in Paris. For a large part of this stressful midterm season, my happy place has been sitting in front of a Netflix show with a tub of ice cream, free of responsibility. But after watching the film again, I have traded that vision […]