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Students must possess street and book smarts


It’s important to be aware of your surroundings wherever you are, but this is especially true for Trojans given our university’s location. In light of recent events on our campus, both on Halloween and last spring, it seems appropriate to address the issue of safety when going out at night. No matter how you go […]

Vote or die


Spencer Brown, an undeclared sophomore, dressed up as a zombie Monday and stumbled along Trousdale Parkway encouraging people to register to vote on the final day for registration. Brown directed students to the registration officials present on campus.

Cruise-dale


The Order of the Torch rides in a ’57 Ford Thunderbird in the Homecoming Parade. Floats from organizations such as the Song Girls and National Panhellenic Council traveled down Trousdale Parkway on Wednesday. The winning float is slated to be announced at the homecoming rally in the Galen Center at 7 p.m. today.

Study abroad fair is valuable resource


Many students begin their years as college careers with only vague ideas of how they wish to spend their time. At a large school such as USC, the on-campus opportunities are seemingly endless; however, it is difficult to refute the benefits of studying abroad. This upcoming week, the Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences […]