Obama College Prep must consider location

In some cities, the high school you attend can determine a lot about your trajectory in life. This was definitely the case in my hometown of Chicago. On Thursday, I was one of the excited Chicagoans who received news that my hometown would be adding another highly ranked high school to its list of selective-enrollment […]

Trojan Trends — April 29

“A woman should dress in a way that shows her personality. It’s all about being classy and sophisticated.” — Jacqualine Sabino, junior majoring in environmental studies.   “I intern at a clothing line but I consider thrifting one of my favorite hobbies.” — Anaka Morris, sophomore majoring in American studies and ethnicity.   “Flowy skirts […]

Shopowners reflect on time at the UV

In May, the remaining shops and restaurants at the University Village will finally close their doors as construction begins on the USC Village, the university’s $1-billion project to turn the area University Village now occupies into dining, retail and student housing space. The Daily Trojan interviewed some of the current UV patrons about their shops, […]

Ceremony held to remember the Holocaust

On Monday evening, USC Hillel hosted “Remembering the Holocaust: A Yom Ha’Shoah Ceremony” as part of USC’s Genocide Awareness Month. The event, which began with a short religious ceremony in memory of the 6 million Jewish Holocaust victims, included the lighting of six candles — one for each million killed. Following this was a panel […]

Do you believe in magic?

(Left to right): Professor Daniel Durbin and magicians Eddie Medrano, Dennis Forel and Pop Haydn speak during Monday night’s ‘Communication & Magic Night’ event, hosted by USC Annenberg Student Communication Association and Lambda Pi Eta. The panel discussed how communication played a role in their magic tricks. Editor’s note: This post has been updated.