The following incidents were reported in the USC Dept. of Public Safety incident report summary between Friday, March 28, and Saturday, March 29.    Crimes against a person at 1:18 a.m. on March 29, a security guard reported that a student punched him in the chest after being denied entry to a party at the […]

Global itch

Dr. Ed Avol, professor of clinical preventative medicine at the Keck School of Medicine of USC, spoke on how global warming would increase the spread of vector-borne diseases — such as those from ticks and mosquitoes — during the Global Health Speaker Series event on Monday. The event is part of the USC Global Health […]

Sarkisian winning over his players

When former USC head coach Ed Orgeron sent in his resignation to Athletic Director Pat Haden, Trojan fans must have been experiencing that “Here we go again” feeling. Two months earlier, following a 21-point loss to Arizona State, Haden chose to make a coaching change midseason. Two months later, after USC’s 21-point loss to UCLA, […]

Experiencing Runyon Canyon

The first time I hiked Runyon Canyon, I couldn’t even find the entrance. I aimlessly maneuvered my car, a beat-up and blue ’98 Ford Escort, up the windy Hollywood Hills. I remember focusing mostly on not driving off the road during the turns. Out of desperation, I finally rolled down the window (my car is […]