Entries by Eileen Toh

Football adds two five-star receivers to recruiting class

USC football continued a trend of strong recruiting at the wide receiver position Saturday, earning verbal commits from five-star playmakers Bru McCoy and Kyle Ford. The two California products make it three straight years that the Trojans have reeled in a five-star receiver. McCoy, a product of Mater Dei High School, won MaxPrep’s National Player […]

Men’s volleyball welcomes new faces, searches for consistency

Coming off an 8-20 season that saw two seven-game losing streaks, USC men’s volleyball hopes to make a statement early in the 2019 season. USC is carrying itself with the motto “Resurgence,” hoping to bounce back from the most overall losses and conference losses in a season for the team since 2005. However, season highlights […]

Rakocevic’s career-high leads Trojans past Stanford at Galen

It was a tale of two halves as an undermanned USC team relied on its defense and veteran leadership to defeat Stanford 77-66 and start Pac-12 play 2-0. From the 3-point line to inside the paint, Bennie Boatwright was creating offense from everywhere in the second half. After foul trouble kept the senior forward out […]

Women’s basketball falls to Cal for second straight conference loss

Two Pac-12 teams battled for their first conference win on Sunday night at Haas Pavilion when No. 18 Cal defeated USC 66-59. The Trojans, holding a 10-4 overall record and 0-3 conference record, left with two straight losses in Pac-12 play at Stanford and at home against crosstown rival UCLA. The Bruins also de feated […]

REVIEW: ‘Escape Room’ solves the puzzle with fun thrills

From director Adam Robitel, who graduated from USC’s School of Cinematic Arts in 2001, the film follows six strangers who each receive an invitation to participate in an escape room for a $10,000 prize. Of course, upon arrival, they quickly realize that the fun game they were about to play is actually a death trap complete with puzzles they must solve to escape.