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USC’s pedestrian safety campaign has been doggedly trying to instill a sense of accountability in the large contingent of cyclists and boarders on campus. But and equally important component of pedestrian safety is pedestrian accountability. Somewhere down the line, there seems to have been a subtle injection of an us vs. them mentality into the […]
As the Bookstore enters its busiest season, shoppers will find a variety of new merchandise to outfit their homes and themselves.
Just days removed from commencement and the end of spring semester, the university has begun work on nearly 50 summer construction projects, many of which will lead to street and building closures already affecting life on campus this summer. The summer construction schedule began Monday and is scattered throughout campus. Street closures, as a result […]
Students around USC have been seeing green lately, but what’s really the source of the mysterious green goo appearing on campus? Ahmed Fahim | Daily Trojan (Click to enlarge)
Two gangs, the Fruit Town Brims and the Harpys, live in the area near USC.
Campuses are safest when colleges investigate their applicants’ criminal records.
Three caucuses and six congressional members attended the childhood obesity summit.
Though some schools have adopted policies allowing concealed gun permits, USC should not.
A number of local residents use USC’s Cromwell Field for exercise, recreation and a chance to spend family time together.