The Von KleinSmid Center for International Relations stands tall with its distinct globed tower high above campus. Under the structure’s grand arches, more than 100 international flags drape over its walkways, representing the home countries of international students at the University. The image of the building — emblematic of the University itself — is one […]
The USC campus is at its best. The shrubs are manicured, the unblemished cardinal and gold flowers line the planters of Alumni Park, and thousands of white folding chairs line the grass outside Doheny Memorial Library. It’s showtime. A sea of black gowns flood into the ceremony. Underneath the caps are mostly faces freshly into […]
The Daily Trojan sat down with Undergraduate Student Government presidential candidates Edwin Saucedo and Austin Dunn to discuss their 2016 platform.
The Daily Trojan sat down with Undergraduate Student Government presidential candidates Charlie Henriquez and Cole Pham to discuss their 2016 platform.
The USG President and Vice President reflect on their year in the light of the upcoming elections.
Though it has passed resolutions, USG is looking to the administration for real change.
Managing academics and a social life is complicated by the addition of practice, games and travel.
Microaggressions on campus can translate into trauma for marginalized students.
Prepping students for graphic content has professors questioning their level of academic freedom.
Social media is overstimulating the minds of college students. The Health Center hopes to combat that.