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Trojans come up short against rival Bruins


Heading into the 83rd meeting between crosstown rivals USC and UCLA, the focus of the game was mainly on the Trojans and interim head coach Ed Orgeron, with many viewing the game as Orgeron’s opportunity to firmly announce himself as the frontrunner to take over as USC’s permanent head coach after the season’s end. By […]

Bruins limp into rivalry matchup


A year ago, each team involved in the historic USC-UCLA  rivalry came into the schools’ annual showdown on very different terms. One side had been sparked by a new coach who had brought a renewed sense of energy to the team. Even with a first-year starter at quarterback, they were six games over .500 (8-2) and […]

Alumna to head institute


Andrea Gehring will become president of the American Institute of Architects Los Angeles chapter.

USC was justified in storming the field


I thought I was going to be upset. When the clock hit triple zeros Saturday, and the student section emptied quicker than the 9-0 after undercover cops arrive, I have to admit I was a little surprised, and briefly a little miffed. “This is USC,” I thought. “USC doesn’t rush the field. USC should never […]