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Guide to Brentwood’s Country Mart


As you enter Brentwood, you will immediately see a plethora of people walking around in their gym outfits (perhaps having just Soul-Cycled), or sipping coffee under a restaurant awning. Quaint little cafes and shops line the streets, and you can easily find places to grab a healthy snack. Brentwood is an affluent neighborhood characterized by […]

In Photos: Ferguson protest reaches USC campus


Daily Trojan reporters and photographers were on the scene Monday night following the protesters marching near the university on Figueroa Street, causing the USC campus to lockdown. The demonstrators were protesting following a Missouri grand jury decision to not indict police officer Darren Wilson in the fatal Aug. 9 shooting of black teenager Michael Brown. For […]

Preparing for Cinco de Mayo


Congratulations on enduring the last week of classes, Trojans. I can honestly say that this semester has been one for the books, but it is not over yet because we have two weeks of finals and then comes summer vacation. Since this is my last column of the semester, I want to leave you with […]

Road trips prove that absence makes the heart grow fonder


In my first column this semester, I wrote about the frustration I felt hearing the “Beat L.A.” chant at a Kings game. If there’s anything I want people to get out of this column, it’s that they should give this city a real chance. Especially for new transplants, Los Angeles can feel overwhelming at first. […]

Fitness technology hinders society’s perception of healthy living


It’s startling to think how little I know about life without technology. From very early on, I looked to the computer for entertainment and additions to my school curriculum. I later relied on my cell phone to communicate with my family and friends rather than talking face-to-face. I’m barely able to navigate campus without a […]