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Update: Freshman water polo player Jon Walters dies at 19

Jon Walters, a freshman water polo player who contributed to USC’s record sixth straight NCAA title, died of a heart attack on Wednesday, the Orange County Register reported. He was 19. Walters fell into a coma on Jan. 1 and suffered a heart attack, his father told the Orange County Register. “Jon was a great […]

Trojans tame Bulldogs to reach 10-win mark

USC vanquished its postseason demons from a year ago in a game filled with aggressive play-calling, passing prowess and sideline dances, as the Trojans (10-4) staked out an enormous first-half lead before cruising to the finish line in a 45-20 victory over Fresno State (11-2). After getting embarrassed by Georgia Tech 21-7 in last year’s […]

Narco Cultura stuns with graphic violence

A documentary about the war on drugs and its influence on Mexican pop culture flooding both sides of the border, Narco Cultura is rife with images of AK-47s, bloodshed, narcotics and the men who push them. The film makes chilling observations about the appropriation of violence into mainstream Mexican music, and questions the image of […]

USC concludes regular season on four-game win streak

With their final two matches coming during Thanksgiving week, the USC women’s volleyball team couldn’t be blamed for looking ahead to the first four rounds of the NCAA tournament its set to host over the next two weeks. Nevertheless, the squad took care of business and notched two more victories that will give them even […]

Trojans come up short against rival Bruins

Heading into the 83rd meeting between crosstown rivals USC and UCLA, the focus of the game was mainly on the Trojans and interim head coach Ed Orgeron, with many viewing the game as Orgeron’s opportunity to firmly announce himself as the frontrunner to take over as USC’s permanent head coach after the season’s end. By […]

USC beats Buffs, but eliminated from Pac-12 race

One week after toppling then-No. 5 Stanford behind an unusually powerful passing attack, the Trojans returned to a ground-and-pound strategy headed by redshirt sophomore running back Javorius “Buck” Allen on Saturday night to convincingly beat Colorado 47-29. USC (9-3, 6-2), however, was still eliminated from the Pac-12 South division title race as Arizona State defeated UCLA 38-33 […]

J.T. Terrell ruled academically ineligible

The USC men’s basketball team took a big blow Thursday night before their game against West Alabama when senior guard J.T. Terrell was declared academically ineligible for the remainder of the semester. Terrell started the Trojans’ season opener on the road against Utah State, but came off the bench for the team’s next two games and didn’t […]

American Youth Symphony to explore film music of Danny Elfman

There are many reasons why Los Angeles is great, and one of them is its proximity to Hollywood. From previews to private screenings, there is no better place for the movie buff or film connoisseur. USC is conveniently located less than 10 miles from Hollywood. Thus, it only makes sense the school has strong ties […]

Troy Meets World: This week on Trojan Vision

Trojan Vision is USC’s student run television station. We keep you up to date on everything student related ranging from USC events, Hollywood happenings, student well-being and relevant issues in the greater Los Angeles area. Tune in to a live stream of our broadcasts at trojanvision.com or catch us on television channel 8.1. The Morning Brew (Monday […]

Troy Meets World: This week on Trojan Vision

Trojan Vision is USC’s student run television station. We keep you up to date on everything student related ranging from USC events, Hollywood happenings, student well-being and relevant issues in the greater Los Angeles area. Tune in to a live stream of our broadcasts at trojanvision.com or catch us on television channel 8.1. The Morning Brew (Monday […]