Originally published as The Daily Southern Californian in 1912, the DT has burgeoned as USC’s long-standing, primary source of campus news and information. It has also been recognized for its enduring mission: to provide a forum for information, for free and responsible discussion, and for intellectual exploration.
Historic American newspapers, such as The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times and the Washington Post, have all passed the 100-year mark. As of Sunday, the Daily Trojan joined the club. The first issue of the DT, then called The Daily Southern Californian, was published Sept. 16, 1912, after W.R. “Ralph” La Porte, the […]
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