Student Coalition Against Labor Exploitation led a group of students in protest on Thursday against university’s manufacturing of some USC apparel in sweat shops. Photos by Matthew Wunderlich | blastZONE
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The much-anticipated Expo Line is slated to open Phase 1 of the project April 28, 2012, connecting Downtown Los Angeles and the university to La Cienega Boulevard. Beginning June 2012, the route will extend to the Culver City end stop. Photos by Otto Hsiao | blastZONE
Various student groups performed five-minute musical skits at Songfest on Friday in Bovard Auditorium. The money raised goes to Troy Camp.
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The university held a candlelight vigil Wednesday night at Tommy Trojan honoring Ming Qu and Ying Wu, two Viterbi graduate students who were fatally shot early Wednesday morning northwest of the University Park Campus. Hundreds gathered to hear Provost Elizabeth Garrett, Dean of Religious Life Varun Soni, Executive Vice Dean of Engineering John O’Brien and […]
Program Board hosted its annual Springfest Saturday night, with headliners Wolfgang Gartner and Macklemore. Read the concert review here. By Luciano Nunez
USC baseball was unable to hold a four-run lead over California on Thursday night, falling to the Bears 5-4. The two teams play a three-game series this weekend at Dedeaux Field.
“This Week in Photos” highlights the biggest stories of the week. First scrimmage of spring lacks offensive firepower>> The Hunger Games questions morality>> Expo Line scheduled to open April 28>> Social media holds users accountable>> Mayor outlines city plan>> Former GM pleads guilty to felony […]
“This Week in Photos” highlights the biggest stories of the week. Woods to miss all of spring practice>> Dornsife needs to become cohesive>> Hunger Games copes with modern issues>> Panel discusses implications of a federal Dream Act>> Building a program takes time>> Film reshapes perspectives on bullying>> Two former […]
“This Week in Photos” highlights the biggest stories of the week. Students host panel on pot legalization>> Sleigh Bells’ sophomore effort falls flat>> Pair of Trojans win player of week honors>> North-Hager works toward University Park Family>> Trojans drop first contest of the year in Malibu>> Proposed swim venue well-received>> […]