Drevno will serve as the offensive coordinator at Michigan after one season at USC.
Arman Marwah, a current student on leave from the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, died suddenly on Dec. 26. He was 22. “The USC Annenberg community is deeply saddened by the loss of this young man. Our thoughts and condolences are with Arman’s family and friends” said Annenberg Dean Ernest J. Wilson III and Sarah […]
The two-time All-American is expected to be a top-10 pick.
The Trojans survive a late comeback by the Cornhuskers to come out on top, 45-42.
USC held off Nebraska in the Trojans’ last game of the year at the National University Holiday Bowl in Qualcomm Stadium tonight. The Trojans finish 9-4 in the first year of the Steve Sarkisian era. For more details, read our coverage of the game.
A late goal by UCLA ruined USC's chances to win its seventh straight men's water polo title.
The Trojans will travel to San Diego to face Nebraska on Dec. 27.
With such a large the number of students from different ethnic backgrounds attending USC, I would hope that there is more appreciation of the increasing diversity. As an Asian-American student at USC, however, I have found that many students tend to stick with others of similar ethnic background, which of course is totally fine. It’s […]
On Oct. 23, a series of terror attacks were launched, culminating in the Nov. 18 attack on a synagogue in the Jerusalem neighborhood of Har Nof. What the attack in Har Nof taught us is that temporary solutions only guarantee peace until citizens lose patience with a static situation. The answer to long-term peace lies […]
It seems as though I’m back at the keyboard too soon. It seems as though history can repeat itself within the course of a few weeks. Speaking of history, it’s time for a lesson. I’m told to “trust the system.” Apparently, it’s supposed to stand for truth, justice and the American way (or some crap […]