Popular food trucks to come to KXSC Fest

DJ Rashad and DJ Spinn won’t be the only big names hitting the sixth annual KXSC Fest this Saturday. Adding to the list of vintage clothing, art and record vendors are three of L.A.’s most popular food trucks, The Grilled Cheese Truck, Kogi Truck and Coolhaus, bringing a tasty treat to the evening of music […]

KXSC Fest encourages student interaction

Students danced into the night to the sounds of KXSC Fest in the Tutor Campus Center ballroom on Sunday.  Pop/Rock electronic artist Dan Deacon performed in the center of the audience where he pumped up the crowd urging students to let loose in multiple dance offs and synchronized circles. Deacon’s performance focused on audience participation […]


Patti Smith Friday, Oct. 12 at 8 p.m. The Wiltern Since the 1978 release of her landmark album Easter, Patti Smith has exhibited photography, published poetry and released a highly acclaimed memoir, Just Kids. On Friday night, though, the multi-talented Smith puts on her (wide-brimmed) musician hat once more for a performance of her latest […]

Letter to the editor

Fostering community isn’t just about providing funding.  Campus organizations grant students the opportunity to express themselves, satisfy their interests and share their passion with others. In turn, these organizations make USC a better place to live and learn. But while the community thrives on its own, it relies on the university to support it. Fostering […]

Rock out

White Fence lead man Tim Presley (right) performs at the KXSC Fest on Saturday night. The festival also featured Nosaj Thing, STRFKR and TRMRS. Watch the audio slideshow here.

Letter to the editor

Programs must publicize  Karla Chavez and Mellissa Linton’s “Free concerts deserve greater publicity” (Nov. 7) diagnoses one of USC’s most unfortunate cultural ailments: Most students attend very few musical events on campus besides Program Board’s “big three.” That the average $5 house party — bound as it is these days to be broken up promptly […]