USC couldn’t find the back of the net against No. 21 California and No. 1 Stanford.
Monday is the last day for Californians to register to vote by mail and online. Registration forms must be postmarked or electronically signed no later than Monday, according to the California Secretary of State’s website. California residents can register by filling out an online form or picking up a paper form at a public library, […]
Last year, the Trojans posted signs all around Heritage Hall, proclaiming their mantra: “That’s our ball!” And yet, for the past several years, the Trojan defense has been subpar in forcing turnovers. The Trojans ranked 90th nationally in 2011 with just 1.4 takeaways per game (for an embarrassing comparison, UCLA averaged 1.5). The 2010 team […]
“Do you have a card?” The answer to this question separates those who can legally purchase and smoke marijuana in the state of California from those who must resort to using sketchy dealers and smoking in secret. This question has also received significant attention in California lately, as legislators, civilians and marijuana users alike debate […]
Last Sunday’s sweep against Arizona State has the Women of Troy back on the right track.
Banning the death penalty would save California and its residents hundreds of millions of dollars.
Another weekend turned in two dominant performances from the USC women’s volleyball team, which defeated Arizona and Arizona State at the Galen Center this weekend to boost the team’s record to 16-2. The No. 5 Women of Troy downed the Wildcats 3-0 Friday night before a 3-1 victory over the Sun Devils on Sunday afternoon. […]
Several coaches were out recruiting Tuesday morning and were absent from practice.
The option to register to vote online translates to a new level of access and convenience for students.
After giving up four sacks in a loss at Stanford, the left tackle position is offically up for grabs.