David Bluthenthal, who played on USC’s Elite Eight team, now plays basketball in Israel.
The true freshman says the team is ready to get past the Oregon loss, as hard as it is.
With nothing but a projector screen and folding chairs, the tiny Embassy Auditorium of the Davidson Conference Center is a far cry from the 50-foot-high IMAX theater where Darwin’s Dilemma was originally scheduled to be screened. Even though the California Science Center recently backed out of its contract to host the film’s Los Angeles premiere, […]
In the ’90s, girls and boys raced to boom boxes to listen to the latest mix tape made by their significant others. But in a generation where iPods have replaced CDs and cassette tapes, the personalized compilations in which teenagers poured their souls have turned into mechanical playlists created by the genius button in iTunes. […]
President Sample feels the student-teacher relationship is the foundation of the university.
After its worst loss in more than a decade, injury-plagued USC plans on finishing strong.
It’s not you, it’s me. All right, that’s not true — it is you. But breaking up is hard to do, and I’m new at this. We’ve been inseparable for what seems like forever. Whenever somebody mentioned “Pac-10,” they couldn’t help but bring up “USC.” As a perennial champion, you gave meaning to me as […]
Although the music club hosted its final concert on Oct. 25, the Knitting Factory is determined to maintain its presence in LA.
Renowned author and self-described atheist Christopher Hitchens goes toe-to-toe with conservative evangelical pastor Douglas Wilson in a new documentary, Collision. The film tracks Hitchens and Wilson through a series of debates held across the United States as they debate the question: “Is Christianity good for the world?” Interspersed with grainy candid footage of the two […]
Officials say USC’s Board of Trustees will conduct an international search for Sample’s successor and will make a decision by May.