Host Jordyn Holman speaks with current managing editor and incoming Daily Trojan Editor-in-Chief Euno Lee about Lee’s past experience, plans for the paper next semester and personal aspirations for his future. Lee will begin serving as Editor-in-Chief for the paper during its production in the summer. “Daily Trojan Double Take” is a partnership between Daily […]
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The junior wideout has already made his mark in USC history and is still improving his game.
Counterpoint: Euno Lee responds to Nick Selbe’s assertion that pedigree no longer has a large influence on USC’s recruiting efforts.
The team’s success in recruiting has not correlated with its on-field play. Euno Lee presents his counterpoint tomorrow.
In this week’s installment of Screen on Sound, Lifestyle Editor Daniel Grzywacz, columnist Landon McDonald and our guest, Euno Lee, talk about recent and upcoming movie releases, as well as what’s hot on TV. Podcast produced by Melody Jiang.
It’s a crisp fall morning in Southern Californian suburbia, the kind where leaving the warmth of home makes my breath create wispy streams of condensation that trail me as I run to the end of our driveway, where the day’s copy of the Los Angeles Times sat in the same spot every morning for almost […]
USC’s loss to the Bruins on Saturday exposed a lot of the team’s shortcomings, but there remain some more systemic flaws which have led to the Trojans’ poor performance later in games this season. The keys to a win over Notre Dame will lie in avoiding some major weaknesses in the Trojans’ game plan. 1. […]
As sports journalists, it is incumbent upon us to be impartial observers, to be conveyors of information without bias. But this is a column by an editor of the Daily Trojan, and it’s Conquest Week. So I’m going to be almost as unbiased as Lou Holtz talking about Everett Golson’s Heisman Trophy candidacy. I wish […]
Ed Orgeron wants to come back. After spending what felt like an eternity off the grid with his family in his Mandeville, Louisiana, home, the former interim head coach of USC football expressed to Bill Plaschke of the L.A. Times that he was open to the prospect of rejoining the Trojan family. In a column […]
Daily Trojan’s sports editors and editor-in-chief give their takes on USC’s season.