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Two yards. That’s all that kept USC from its season being over, its College Football Playoff hopes narrowed significantly and national championship hopes dashed. But instead, redshirt junior cornerback Ajene Harris dove and tackled Utah quarterback Troy Williams as he ran for the end zone. Williams fell two yards shy, failing to execute the two-point […]
Annie Clark, better known by her stage name St. Vincent, has earned status as a pop rock icon not just because she’s collaborated with rockstar legends Kurt Cobain and David Byrne, or because she at times sounds like a spiritual manifestation of Prince or David Bowie, but because she is the St. Vincent. Her fifth […]
Last December, I had a change of heart. After months of failed persuasion and coercion, I finally relented to friends and attended my first rave in San Diego. Dancing to deafening music until 4 a.m. and being surrounded by thousands of inebriated people didn’t exactly appeal to me. But by the end of the night, […]
A New York Times article from last week asks, “Why are more American teenagers than ever suffering from severe anxiety?” And while millennials have heard this question before, the answer remains the same, for many of us enrolled in college. In an age of new, consuming pressures from social media and increasing competitiveness in and […]
An alumnus of the USC Cinematic Arts program, Heller was one of two USC student recipient filmmakers awarded this season.
Manney latched onto the idea of phantom limbs in a high school psychology class. Something about the phenomenon stuck with him — the post-war metaphor of having the sensation that something is still attached, even if it is forever gone.
On Monday nights at Nature’s Brew, a coffee shop just north of campus, students can order their usual coffee and croissant with a side of stand-up comedy. Co-hosted by Tatiana Aarons, a junior majoring in media arts and practice, and Madeleine Hamilton, a junior majoring in business administration, Charity Night treats audiences to a show […]
Four bands. Twelve songs. One midterm. On Wednesday night, USC Thornton School of Music’s freshman class performed its first showcase, a live event featuring performances of pop songs from the 1950s and 1960s. For the performers, the recital doubled as a midterm assessment for their pop music class. For the audience, the concert was a […]
The transition from September to October marks a great shift in our everyday lives — sweaters are thrown on despite the 85 degree temperatures; pumpkin-flavored treats return to every eatery; and, most importantly, Los Angeles’ scariest haunts are open for business once again. Though Knott’s Berry Farm’s haunted house and Universal Studios Hollywood’s Halloween Horror […]