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To go, please


Ales Jablanscek, a junior majoring in physics and mathematics, eats lunch with a visiting friend in front of the Hahn Central Plaza Fountain after a fire alarm was triggered by event set up around 12:30 p.m. on Tuesday. The alarm turned out to not be a fire, and students returned to the Ronald Tutor Campus […]

Students must possess street and book smarts


It’s important to be aware of your surroundings wherever you are, but this is especially true for Trojans given our university’s location. In light of recent events on our campus, both on Halloween and last spring, it seems appropriate to address the issue of safety when going out at night. No matter how you go […]

LAPD detains two in campus shooting


The Los Angeles Police Department has detained two suspects following a shooting that injured four people near the Ronald Tutor Campus Center at approximately 11:45 p.m. on Wednesday, according to campus authorities. Only one of the four victims is in critical condition and as of approximately 2 a.m. was undergoing surgery at California Hospital Medical […]

Snacks should be incorporated into busy schedules


One of the worst things about being gluten-free? It’s hard to snack. I’m not talking about those celebrities who say that their favorite snack is “celery.” Fact: Celery is not a snack — it’s just God’s way of saying, “Hungry? Here’s something awful for you to eat.” No, when you’re a busy college student trying […]

USC Credit Union moves to Campus Center


The USC Credit Union moved its University Park Campus office to the Campus Center Courtyard after 15 years in King’s Hall. The branch office was moved to accommodate summer renovations to King’s Hall, which included a revamp of Café 84. USC Credit Union President and CEO Gary Perez said the non-profit financial cooperative was happy […]

Letter to the editor


Healthy food options needed A common complaint among USC students is the lack of healthy, nutritional food options around campus. There are no markets that offer entirely fresh, organic produce within a mile of school. The nearest healthy, organic market is far and unreachable to many students. USC should open an organic market on campus […]

Ronald Tutor Campus Center Day celebrated for first time


Student Affairs and the Undergraduate Student Government jointly held Ronald Tutor Campus Center Day for the first time Thursday. USG passed a resolution to make the first Thursday of every fall semester Ronald Tutor day, since the building had its grand opening on the first Thursday of the Fall 2010 semester. Patrick Bailey, Senior Associate […]