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Trojan sisters establish education scholarships


USC Rossier alumnae and sisters Patricia (Patti) Poon and Candace (Candy) Yee and their husbands established last week two endowed scholarships for Rossier students: the James and Candace Chan Yee Endowed Scholarship and the Dudley and Patricia Poon Endowed Scholarship. The sisters both graduated from the USC Rossier School of Education and went on to […]

LAPD search campus for narcotics suspect


Police officers pursuing a narcotics suspect on Saturday searched Heritage Hall after receiving reports that the suspect might have entered the building, but did not detain the suspect on campus, according to the Los Angeles Police Department. Officers attempted to detain the suspect in the University Village after seeing him toss narcotics, said Lieutenant Vargas […]

Trojan spirit


The USC Silks of the Trojan Marching Band teach students the routine for “Tusk” in front of Heritage Hall on Tuesday. Students without colorguard experience had the opportunity to learn moves such as dropspins, backscratchers, happy feet and slams.

2012 USC Trojans need to win big


We don’t have to look far for storylines from this year when it comes to USC’s athletic program. The overwhelming sentiment on campus remains: The football dynasty is back at last. In the aftermath of two disappointing nine-and-eight win seasons in 2009 and 2010, respectively, the departure of beloved coach Pete Carroll and sanctions levied […]

Support now missing for football program


It’s late August on USC’s University Park campus. Must mean it’s time to get psyched up for Trojan excellence in the 2012 Summer Olympics, right? That’s what the athletic department would have you think. The east side of Heritage Hall was recently adorned with a smattering of banners celebrating the amazing feats of USC athletes […]