The following incidents were reported in the USC Dept. of Public Safety Daily Incident Log between Tuesday, Feb. 28, and Wednesday, Feb. 29. View Roundup 03-01 in a larger map Crimes against a person At 12:28 p.m. on Feb. 28, a student reported that another student punched him in the face several times during an […]

Sweet charity

USC Best Buddies sells cookies and cupcakes on the corner of University Avenue and Jefferson Boulevard on Wednesday as part of its annual bake sale. Proceeds from the bake sale will help fund Best Buddies, a nonprofit that creates one-on-one relationships and leadership development for people with developmental disabilities.

USC tennis finds itself in rarified air this year

The USC men’s and women’s tennis teams are both nationally ranked in the top-five in the latest polls released. Cherish it, Trojans. It is rare for a school to have a sport where both men’s and women’s teams are among the best in the country in a particular year. The first reason for this? Well, […]

Don’t call yourself broke so flippantly

College students face many struggles. Deadlines, essays and exams can really weigh a person down. But I can’t understand students who complain about not having money. Finding an impoverished student in any USC classroom is difficult. Maybe it’s the flood of illuminated Apple symbols emanating from the $1200 laptops, or maybe the rows of $200 […]