USC outside hitter Jessica Gysin is 23 now, a sixth-year senior working on her master’s degree in political science. It’s been a long road to this point in her career, so let’s recap. She was a highly touted recruit coming into USC, garnering such honors as Gatorade State Player of the Year, Volleyball Magazine’s National […]
Now in its 10th year, Hollywood Forever’s Dia de los Muertos celebration honors the deceased with altars, processions and music.
With a new album and an opening gig for Regina Spektor, the NY-based band is quickly climbing up the indie-rock ladder.
After six decades, Charles Franklin still occupies his spot by Tunnel 21 for every home USC football game.
Maria Sanchez wins second regional title in two years in a closely contested match.
Running back Allen Bradford and wide receiver Damian Williams are recognized for their efforts against Oregon State on Saturday.
In truth, Shakespeare’s Richard III needs us far more than we need it. It is a play purely for the stage, not the classroom. Without an audience with which its titular villain can manufacture an all-important connection, the play is nothing but a poetic mess of political and literal backstabbing, a crude and unsubtle pageant […]
The film Stan Helsing, written and directed by Bo Zenga, prominently displays the words “A Parody” in the opening credits, which leads one to believe that the movie will, in fact, be an acceptably humorous spoof. It’s supposed to poke fun at the horror genre, which has been done repeatedly (Scary Movie 1, 2, 3, […]
USC avenges its only defeat from last season in a back-and-forth offensive contest vs. the Beavers.
Allen Bradford was ready to quit. The bruising redshirt junior USC running back admits he considered transferring multiple times when it seemed he wasn’t working his way into the rotation. But the words of his father, Keith, always stayed with him. “My dad told me, ‘Life’s gonna get hard — you can’t run from it,’” […]