Can USC compete for a BCS bowl in 2013?

Point: USC’s forgiving Pac-12 and non-conference schedule will allow the team to work out its kinks. After last season’s 50-0 demolition of UCLA put the finishing touches on a 10-2 campaign, there was plenty of optimism heading into the offseason. Visions of Matt Barkley, Robert Woods and Marqise Lee danced in the heads of USC […]

Endorsement: Yes on Prop 30

The debate between Propositions 30 and 38 is intensifying for California residents. Unfortunately, neither proposition is perfect. Prop. 30, Gov. Jerry Brown’s measure, plans to increase taxes on the richest Californians to help close the budget gap, generating revenue for schools and local public safety programs. Prop. 38, lawyer Molly Munger’s proposal, would raise the […]

‘Coming out’ at ’SC often a difficult task

I hated middle school. I hated high school. Many days I thought, “There has to be more to life than this.” I know I’m not alone when I say that those years could best be described as Hell on earth. But even the chubbiest, most awkward-looking black girl with blue braces probably doesn’t go through the […]

Interns must properly navigate career world

Being an office lackey isn’t as glamorous as movies would lead audiences to believe. In reality, you won’t be fetching coffee while juggling mail and miscellaneous files. You will, however, be subjected to harsh criticism of your proud work. You will have to do tasks with minimal instruction and cooperate with petty coworkers. As USC […]