Fight on: A Trojan’s end-of-semester bucket list

With the semester coming to a close, it might be dawning on you that you’re going to have to spend three whole months away from the best school in the world. Before you leave for summer though, try to accomplish some (or all!) of the tasks on this list. Check out campus from up above, […]

Summer brings exciting movies

Our daily paper may be ending as the school year comes to a close (don’t worry, we’ll still have weekly issues this summer), but that doesn’t mean you’ll be out of the loop. We’ve compiled the best summer films to watch out for in the coming months, blockbuster or otherwise. Maggie, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and […]

Explore LA this Summer

Staying in Los Angeles this summer? Looking for something to do besides visiting the Santa Monica Pier and hiking to the Hollywood sign? Have no fear — I’ve spent the semester thoroughly researching obscure places in Los Angeles, many more places than I could actually fit within one semester of columns. So, for your convenience, […]

Lightning in a Bottle expects to celebrate their 10 year anniversary this Memorial Weekend

If you’re already having withdrawals after experiencing the Do Lab stage at Coachella this year, fear not, this power house production team is feverishly preparing for their annual festival, Lightning in a Bottle, coming this May. Lightning in a Bottle focuses on music, art, spirituality, all while being the most eco-friendly festival in America. The […]

USC should ban all Nestlé products

On April 1, Gov. Jerry Brown announced California’s first-ever mandatory water restrictions and instructed cities and towns in the state to cut their water use by 25 percent. This announcement has come on the heels of historically low snowpacks and persisting severe drought conditions that are threatening the state’s already strained water supply. The current […]