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Bike policy changes exaggerate problem


Nothing seems to attract more attention from the USC administration than bikes. Over the past several years, it has attempted to implement countless bike policies, including the most recent one designating bike lanes along Trousdale Parkway as part of the “We are Considerate. We are USC.” campaign. The bike issue, however, is an exaggerated problem […]

Student Affairs, USG implement new bike lanes


As students flock to the University Park Campus for classes this fall, they will find new, portable bike lanes flanking Trousdale Parkway. A joint project by the Office of Student Affairs and the Undergraduate Student Government, the bike lanes, marked with “bike sharrows,” enable students to bike up and down Trousdale without interfering with pedestrian […]

Letter to the editor


While saving space for bikes, USC should keep its charm. What makes you proud to call yourself a Trojan? Is it our exceptional academic or athletic rankings? Is it the unique oasis of the campus? Is our Trojan pride being run over by bikes? It is time that the conversation regarding bicycles be at the […]

Subtle sexism shouldn’t go unnoticed


“No doesn’t mean maybe.” “This isn’t what love looks like.” If you’ve walked down Trousdale Parkway this week, you’ve probably seen statements like these on rows of colorful T-shirts. The display is a part of USC Take Back the Night, a week “dedicated to promoting awareness of and protesting against sexual violence,” according to the […]