Candidates agreed on what issues must be addressed but differed in their approaches.
The USC women’s golf team keeps its distance from the rest of the field at the three-day tourney.
While attention has mostly been focused on the disappointing Super Bowl commercial, a bigger issue is actual Census participation.
Performing Shakespeare is notoriously difficult to pull off — even more difficult than listening to it. So when the USC School of Theatre’s Masters of Fine Arts in Acting Program class of 2010 learned that it would be staging Shakespeare’s Pericles, Prince of Tyre as one of a series of three student performances, it must […]
As a part of “Five Days of Going Both Ways,” GLBT Student Assembly holds “Gay For Pay,” a panel discussion with gay porn stars.
A large number of JEP and TIRP participants enter the program as a way of earning extra credit in class.
Tony Ciarelli loves his coach. He hangs out with him on the weekends. He eats dinner and sleeps at his house. Not too many players have this intimate of a relationship with their coach. Then again, not too many players have their father as their coach.
Theater is definitely not entertainment for the everyday person that enjoys a good story. It’s more for an audience that appreciates the art of acting and enjoys a live performance, in addition to a good story. Unlike most untrained screen actors, theater actors have a deep love for the stage where they are able to […]
Based on the poem of the same name, Dante’s Inferno takes players into medieval hell.
Recent comments by Obama’s Chief of Staff are controversial but not worthy of termination.