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Soundboard: California Governor Elections


In the video above, USC students were asked on Thursday about the upcoming gubernatorial race between Democratic incumbent mayor Jerry Brown and Republican challenger Neel Kashkari. In a recent poll by the Los Angeles Times and the Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, results revealed a high amount of political support for Brown while many were unable […]

Students should be wary of credit card risks


Turning eighteen is a rite of passage. You can smoke, gamble, take out loans, lease an apartment—and you can apply for a credit card. While a birthday celebration may or may not include one or more of the latter privileges, the first week is bound to include at least a few solicitations from credit card […]

Origins: Editors lay foundation for campus news outlet


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 […]