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If there is a land where you can dream of something and achieve it, it is the United States. At least that is what they say. He had heard this a million times before. In movies, in books. This was the whole concept of the United States. And that was what he kept reminding himself. […]


Most college students know sriracha as a spicy red savior, the loyal condiment that allows disappointing dining hall food to transcend its banal blandness. Author Randy Clemens (The Sriracha Cookbook) and food blogger Josh Lurie (FoodGPS.com), however, feel that sriracha is a versatile and exciting ingredient in its own right, and an incendiary part of […]


The Chinese fusion gastropub boasts an impressive selection of drinks but needs better food.


The Walt Disney Concert Hall will celebrate its anniversary with a performance in conjunction with the USC Thornton Symphony.


The former food truck brings its inventive flavors and ideas to Downtown Los Angeles.


Jan Perry held a conversation with students about the notion of leadership in public service.


Five percent of the 57,000 people who applied to TFA this year were USC alumni.


USG’s Special Events Committee hosted Taste of Downtown Los Angeles, which welcomed 11 eateries and nearly 2,500 students.


The bakery has a killer croque monsieur and offers a large variety of freshly baked treats.


Gourmet cupcakes are so passé. Cronuts are the latest in the world of baked goods. As of last May, these hybrid creations brought together two unlikely allies, starting a sugary phenomenon. It is hard to resist the heavenly smell of a freshly baked croissant, the crown jewel of every French boulangerie. Top that off with […]