Summer internships are important, not necessary


At USC, a summer internship for a prospective employer is a coveted title, even if it is unpaid or pays minimum wage. Yet, summer jobs provide just as many opportunities and experiences as a summer internship, if not more. A recent survey conducted by the National Association of Colleges and Employers revealed that 37 percent […]

Café 84 closure limits dining options


Popular dining spot Café 84 will close this fall, reducing the already limited food options of USC students. The inaccessibility of food on campus — the limited hours, the weekend closings, the small range of options — is an issue of growing concern for USC students. Yet the University has only extenuated the issue by […]

Students should decide their commencement speakers


  Keynote speaker, comedian and alumnus Will Ferrell was a crowd-favorite among students and their families at USC’s 134th annual commencement ceremony on Friday, delivering a speech with advice, insights and song. However, the day before USC’s commencement ceremony at the historically black Bethune-Cookman University, graduating seniors had a very different experience. School officials selected […]

Student outreach begins with USC Village


USC is more than a campus — it’s a community. And this fall, it will welcome an entirely new village. After years of construction, hundreds of millions of dollars and over 1 million hours of toil, USC’s recent expansive development project will open this July. USC Village will undoubtedly expand the horizons of the University […]