The final Talkin’ Troy episode of the semester! This week, deputy sports editor Anthony Gharib and sports editor Taylor Mills discuss women’s soccer and women’s water polo as the two teams head into postseason play. They wrap up the semester by talking about their favorite moments of the Spring 2021 season. Music by Joakim Karud.
The Trojans hope to defeat a struggling Aztec team for the second time this year
Thursday’s game could be a key win for a squad looking to solidify a Pac-12 title.
USC shut out Utah in the second half en route to a 33-17 victory, moving the Trojans to 3-0 on the season.
An online spring semester will pose mental and academic challenges to students that the University can help alleviate.
A USC football parent spearheaded a change.org petition Monday.
USC’s offense is back to scrimmaging after the six-month hiatus.
Letter to the Editor: Following Rose Ritch resignation, USC’s climate of inclusion must be redefined to include Zionism
For Ritch, Zionism constitutes an important component of her identity as a Jew, and she felt unable to continue her elected service in USG due to repeated acts of intimidation on account of her professed Zionist identity. A climate that permits such intimidation has no place on our campus.
USC Student Health and local health officials are expecting an increase in positive cases from Labor Day weekend.
The University ought to follow the lead of other schools and make standardized testing optional for applicants.