Jobs shouldn’t cost students extra money

With the spring semester over, students at USC and nationwide are beginning internship programs across all fields. This is hardly a new development: For years, university career development offices have stressed that students obtain internship experience in some form as a way to remain ahead of the curve in highly competitive job markets. In some […]

Women’s rowing finishes in sixth place

The USC women’s rowing team used a bronze-medal finish in the grand final by the Varsity Eight, along with wins by the 2nd Varsity Eight and Varsity Four in their respective events, to earn a sixth-place finish in the NCAA championships on Mercer Lake in West Windsor, N.J., on Sunday.

Cruz shows resiliency after passing of his brother

As Tom Hanks famously said in A League of Their Own, “There is no crying in baseball.” But this is not about baseball. Little of the weekend of March 16 was about baseball for the USC baseball team.  In the early morning of Saturday, March 17, just hours after the team was swept in a […]


The following incidents were reported in the USC Department of Public Safety crime/incident summary between Friday, May 25, and Tuesday, May 29.


USC Keck professors Michael Menchine, left, and Sanjay Arora, right, present follow-up data of their six-month “Trial to Examine Tex-Based mHealth for Emergency department patients with Diabetes.” mHealth (mobile health) describes the use of mobile phones and other devices for public health.