Changes around campus should inspire service


The dust has settled. In the last year, USC has seen a new president, a new football coach, a new $130-million campus center, a $900-million proposal to renovate the dilapidated University Village and the first steps of its 30-year Master Plan take place. Now that so many of the university’s efforts have come to fruition, […]

Time to support a clean athletic department


Last Wednesday found many Trojans hoping that, as in the previous weeks, media outlets ominously reporting the impending NCAA sanctions were misinformed. This time, however, the NCAA didn’t see its shadow and retreat for another six weeks. USC was steamrolled by sanctions that include a two-year bowl ban, loss of 30 scholarships and forfeiture of […]

USG election endorsement: Cheng-Ogbevoen


The candidates that assume the mantle of the Undergraduate Student Government president and vice president face the taxing responsibility of reconciling the workings of a complex institution with the needs of a diverse student body. Although some of the candidates have listed their many combined years of USG experience, undergraduates need a ticket that is […]

Letters to the Editor


Facilities available for special diets Danielle Nismov’s article “Dining options fail to meet special dietary needs” (Jan. 13, 2010) prompts me to remind students there is a vegetarian meal plan option available at the USC Honors House Residence, located at 2710 Severance St.  The Honors House is the only USC residence hall in North University […]

Bike regulation requires a more cohesive plan


Today, many student cyclists will dismount and walk their bikes through the two major intersections along Jefferson Boulevard, under the threat of a ticket. But tomorrow, they will most likely keep riding through. Today marks only the second day this semester that Los Angeles Police Department and Department of Public Safety officers have made a […]