USC allows Bryce Dixon to re-enroll as a student, will not be reinstated as an athlete

USC is allowing former USC footballer Bryce Dixon to re-enroll in the university after a Los Angeles Superior Court judge put his expulsion on hold Wednesday, but he will not be put back on the football team.  “While we will comply with the judge’s order staying the expulsion, Mr. Dixon will not be reinstated as a student-athlete,” a USC statement read. […]

Associate dean of Marshall School dies of undisclosed illness

Marshall School of Business’s associate dean for undergraduate programs, Kim West, died this weekend from an unrevealed illness, according to a letter to the community from Dean James G. Ellis. West had served as the Associate Dean for Marshall’s undergraduate program since 2007. Prior to that she had worked at universities include SUNY Stony Brook and […]

Screen On Sound: While We’re Young, Serena and more

In this week’s installment of Screen on Sound, Lifestyle Editor Daniel Grzywacz, columnist Landon McDonald and our first guest of the year, Uracha Chaiyapinunt, talk about recent and upcoming movie releases, as well as what’s hot on TV. Podcast produced by Melody Jiang.  

USC withdraws recognition of Alpha Tau Omega

UPDATE, Nov. 17, 3:48 p.m.: This story has been updated to include comment from Alpha Tau Omega National Fraternity CEO Wynn Smiley and Vice Provost for Student Affairs Dr. Ainsley Carry. USC will withdraw its recognition of the Zeta Beta chapter of the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity for five years according to a press release issued […]

Orgeron still has a place at USC

Ed Orgeron wants to come back. After spending what felt like an eternity off the grid with his family in his Mandeville, Louisiana, home, the former interim head coach of USC football expressed to Bill Plaschke of the L.A. Times that he was open to the prospect of rejoining the Trojan family. In a column […]