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One topic was whether Trump will become more moderate while in office.
The talk examined the ways recent events affected each candidate’s public standing.
To my fellow Trojans, new and old alike, I say welcome. Welcome to perhaps the most exciting year yet at both the University of Southern California and the Daily Trojan. Entering its 136th year, the University is on the brink of great change. Our school now sits just roughly half a billion shy of its […]
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 […]
Mental illness is an epidemic on college campuses across the nation, and USC is no exception. With an understaffed counseling center and rising need for mental health services, the University is facing a growing crisis. It’s not hard to explain the rise, either. Modern college students’ juggling of classes, jobs, internships and extracurriculars is increasingly […]
It has now been eight months since Wallis Annenberg Hall first opened its doors, and along with the five-story, 88,000 square foot headquarters for the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, came the two women at its helm —Sarah Banet-Weiser, director of the School of Communications, and Willow Bay, director of the School of Journalism […]
Members of the Student Coalition Against Labor Exploitation promised to continue their campaign.