Fame Without Fanfare
Even as restrictions at sporting events begin to decrease, presaging a potential return to normalcy in our collective fight against the pandemic, times still seem bleak at USC athletic events. Here are the perspectives Daily Trojan photographers captured as players tried to put on a show for their fans in a time of unprecedented abnormality.

Physically Restricted, Distantly Connected
Through the chaos and unfortunate circumstances, USC students have continued to persist. These photos, taken by Daily Trojan photographers on campus, in the L.A. area, in the Pacific Northwest or internationally, showcase that although students are not physically together, we’re still united virtually.


Nuestra Voz, Nuestra Historia
For Latinx Heritage Month, we at the Daily Trojan have worked to ensure that the stories of USC’s Latinx student population are not tucked away or glossed over. This special issue is the work of Latinx students for Latinx students.


Campus Gone Quiet
This usual campus rhythm has since transformed to a humdrum due to the coronavirus pandemic. Here is a glimpse into what the campus has looked like while the bulk of its community has been away.


A Long Way from Home
A quarter of USC’s student population is international, and yet this community is often underrepresented in the stories that are told at the University.


USG 2020 Voting Guide
The Daily Trojan interviewed each ticket, followed a day in the life of the the current USG president, broke down the USG budget and traced back the history of student government at USC.


Crime and Safety
Living in a metropolis means dealing with crime — on campus and off. The Daily Trojan dove deep into policing methods, crime trends and community impacts.


Power and Privilege
Inside the University’s gates, beyond the brick buildings, lies the power and privilege of USC.


Speck of Green
Environmental degradation looms as the 21st century’s biggest challenge. But is USC doing enough?


The Making of a Modern Trojan
From the first time students step on the USC campus, they hear about the Trojan Family. They are welcomed into it, told of its legacy and embraced by its rich tradition.


Home Away From Home
Housing is a subject that affects us all; and in South L.A., communities of color are especially vulnerable to gentrification at the hands of landowners and developers, seeking to expand near USC’s neighborhood.


Brick by Brick
Physical renovations aren’t the only changes happening at USC.


USG 2018 Elections Voter Guide
The USG special issue tackles everything voters need to cast their ballot.


One year later, women march on
200,000 marchers descended upon the streets of Los Angeles Saturday in support of women’s rights and gender equality.