The President said voter frustration with economy is his responsibility.
The president addressed 37,500 people at Alumni Park on Friday.
Though some protests took place, students said hearing the president speak was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
A glimpse at the sitting, future and past presidents that have visited the University of Southern California throughout the school's history.
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Dear President Obama, I know you’re a busy man. Leading our nation is no small task. With midterm elections, two wars and a struggling economy on your plate, you could be forgiven for not grabbing a copy of the Daily Trojan today. But here’s guessing you’re the type of guy who picks up a newspaper […]
Although this event will prompt many of us to put aside our academic and social commitments for a few hours to hear the president speak, we might also be asking ourselves: Why USC?
The project would cost $50 billion.
California might not have enough funding for both universal healthcare and higher education.
As the war in Iraq draws to a close, the U.S. can again focus on problems in Afghanistan.