Jacqueline Andrews is a self-described people-person. “Mirror,” her new exhibition at the Roski School of Art and Design, showcases a large collection of portraits of faces she has encountered, each with their own story. Andrews said she wanted to convey each subject’s personality through her art portraiture. “I was originally inspired by Yoko Ono’s ‘Book […]
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VP of Athletics Compliance Dave Roberts will serve as interim athletic director.
“It feels like Christmas morning.” Gathered outside the Shrine Auditorium, waiting for the ushers to throw open the doors, there was, indeed, an excited energy to the crowd. The anticipation in the air was palpable — the kind of anticipation where you know you’re about to secure a lot of shit you really, really want. […]
When I think of summer, I think of endless sunny days, freedom from the everyday mundane routines and time to explore new avenues of self-expression. While some may have had such a picturesque season, I, on the other hand, had a summer lived through the internet (not as boring as it sounds, I promise). And […]
Addressing the housing deficit has always been a tug of war between state and local government.
1880 — On Sept. 14, 1880, USC established its very first structure, later known as Widney Hall. The building originally accommodated USC’s School of Music. 1884 — The USC School of Music was founded, making it the first professional school at the University. Of USC’s first 100 graduates, music students made up around half of […]
USC Housing needs to revamp its current system by ending the option for freshmen to request their own roommates.
To expect someone to be apolitical in 2019 is nearly impossible, considering the politicization of everything.
The University must take action to help the homeless student population.
On a warm Wednesday night, crowds poured into the School of Cinematic Arts’ George Lucas Building 30 minutes early in anticipation of the “It Chapter Two” early screening. Spirits were high, and chatter filled the concourse. Doors finally opened at 6:30 p.m., and they were promptly closed six minutes later as the room had already […]