After months of doomsday predictions regarding the imminent enactment of across-the-board spending cuts, the sequester is finally set to go into effect this Friday. The emergency cuts, which were part of a deal struck between Congress and President Barack Obama in 2011 to extend the United States’ borrowing authority and cut the budget deficit, will […]
The March on Trousdale hosted by the Black Student Assembly today will honor the 1963 March on Washington.
The USC women’s water polo team sweeps through the field to continue its unbeaten start.
The project, which rents bikes with advertisements to students for free, hopes to eventually spread to college campuses nationwide.
Marissa Mayer, CEO of Yahoo, sent out a memo Friday saying that all Yahoo employees are now required to physically come in to Yahoo headquarters each and every day for work. If employees were unable or unwilling to do so, Mayer said, they could look for employment elsewhere. The decision was sparked, in part, to […]
The Coliseum thermometer was installed in 1955 and has read 70 degress for five years.
USC is unable to cool off a hot-shooting UCLA in a 75-59 defeat at the Galen Center.
Despite struggles to reach fundraising goals, the organization still created a magic night in support of the Children’s Miracle Network.
The death of ex-Los Angeles Police Department officer and murder suspect Christopher Dorner provided closure for the families and friends of those who were murdered at his hands, not to mention the Southern Californian community at large. His actions? Inexcusable. Yet the entire Dorner debacle has forced dialogue regarding the effect race has in […]
The Media Arts + Practice major curriculum will include visual storytelling and social media.