Spoiler Alert, a student-run comedy group, focuses on long-form improvisation.
Natalie Treadwell, a senior at Roski presents her latest exhibit at Lindhurst Gallery.
Lana Del Rey’s music is always full of dualities. Her sixth studio album, “Norman Fucking Rockwell!,” is no exception. Del Rey’s writing, partnered with Jack Antonoff’s production, contains sarcasm and sincerity in every breath. From the start, her vocals pull you into her sonic universe. The titular track fulfills the album cover’s hopes of boarding […]
Founded in 2016, Artemis is devoted to art that expresses intersectional feminism.
If you’re walking down Trousdale Parkway, you’re bound to run into Bovard Auditorium. You can’t miss it. Built in 1921, it remains totemic to the fabric of USC’s campus: Its ornate, neoclassical architecture and the statues of philosophers standing on its upper ledges give the bustling University a sense of hushed academia. As a starry-eyed […]
The exhibit, which will run through Dec. 8, will also be accompanied by a series of weekly double feature screenings of Blumhouse Productions.
Since I joined the Daily Trojan, I knew I wanted to write a column about weed.
In the midst of a dinner rush at Grand Central Market, secluded from the main arteries of the food hall gushing with people, I’m sitting perched on a barstool, staring at a wall of bagged tostadas. In front of me is a plate piled high with fresh shrimp ceviche, speckled with crisp cucumber and cilantro. […]
In the post-“Get Out” era of horror-comedy, it’s difficult to see new films without the veil of the movies’ shadow. “Ready or Not,” a horror comedy produced by USC alumnis Tripp Vinson and James Vanderbilt, is no freer of that burden than any other new horror film. From the moment the camera pulls away from […]
Roski School of Art and Design upperclassmen welcome new students.