Tag Archive for: fall-2020
USC’s dramatic 5-point victory Saturday over the Bruins at the Rose Bowl was perhaps the wildest game in a 2020 season full of wild games for the Trojans. Associate managing editor Nathan Ackerman and sports editors Taylor Mills and David Ramirez break down the victory over UCLA and discuss USC’s No. 13 ranking in the […]
USC football came away with a dominant 38-13 victory over Washington State on Sunday, and the Trojans are now 4-0 on the season. On the flip side, since the last Talkin’ Troy episode raved about the combined 4-0 record for the USC women’s and men’s basketball teams, those squads are a combined 0-3. Associate managing […]
The USC women’s and men’s basketball seasons are under way, as the women’s team is 1-0 and the men’s team is 3-0 through the first week of their respective seasons. Associate managing editor Nathan Ackerman and sports editors Taylor Mills and David Ramirez give their thoughts and takeaways from the early stages of basketball season […]
Undergraduate Student Government senators also passed a resolution to create a Transfer Student Assembly.
With the spring semester just around the corner, students are facing uncertainty deciding where to live next semester.
Annenberg Cross-Cultural Student Association to create a safe and welcoming environment for all USC students
The organization aims to combat raised concerns about the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism culture that may perpetuate prejudice and racism.
As beloved professor Beau heads into retirement, six-month-old flat-coat goldendoodle Rumi looks to fill his pawprints.
The five Wellness Days will be offered instead of a Spring Break and will be scattered throughout March and April.
Senior Domenic Reyes established the USC chapter of the PGN, a professional development group that focuses on community.
Noticing the lack of Latinx toy products, Jennifer Ellis created the game, Chiquitos