Reporting accurately and fairly is at the forefront of what we at the Daily Trojan strive toward — but sometimes, it’s important to take a step back.
I remember walking onto USC’s campus for the first time as an optimistic, first-generation freshman. During the first few weeks, everything about this school seemed perfect to me: the dining hall food was great, my roommates were really nice and I loved my classes.
Dr. Folt, we’re believing in you to lead our way to the success we know USC is worthy of — but if you don’t, we’ll be here to hold you accountable.
Today marks the one-year anniversary of #SaveStudentNewsrooms.
Each one of USC’s 19,000 undergraduates has a story to tell.
Last week, three former coaches, along with former senior athletics associate director Donna Heinel, were indicted in a nationwide college admissions bribery case.
USC — an institution that touts itself as a global leader in thought and innovation — has a moral obligation to do its part in California’s charge toward environmental sustainability.
Amid a social media firestorm calling for head coach Clay Helton’s firing following the football program’s first losing season since 2000, Athletic Director Lynn Swann announced that Helton would remain in his position next season.
It’s a difficult time to be a young person in America, but Tuesday night — election night — gave us hope.
The University’s meager National Suicide Prevention Week programming shows a lack of effort in improving students’ health and wellness. The school should take more action.