Friday, January 30, 2015
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By Sasha Voth At left: Heroes get remembered.  But legends never die. What the actual f***. Three times a year I book an airplane flight months in advance.   I wait in endless lines while watching those entitled pricks in the VIP line shoot ahead of me.   I let the... + continue reading
Thursday, January 29, 2015
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by Jori Barash This week brought news of the ongoing conflict between the university and campus workers, as both sides try to negotiate the next 5-year conflict. University officials and students alike are unsure what to do when hospitality employees can’t afford rent and the cost of... + continue reading
Sunday, January 25, 2015
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by Susan Lin Massive oil reserves discovered underneath USC's Fluor Tower are suspected to be the real reason for the drop in oil prices. The slick, black substance found under USC freshman housing has caused prices to depreciate all across southern California. After years of high prices... + continue reading
Saturday, January 24, 2015
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by Grace Carballo In a press conference earlier this afternoon, New England Patriots’ quarterback, Tom Brady, addressed the intense societal pressures placed on him as a professional athlete. In the weeks leading up to the Super Bowl, the need for a flawless appearance is particularly... + continue reading
Friday, January 23, 2015
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by Sasha Voth At left:  student Edwin Dale enjoys the creative freedom of Dr. Keeble's group projects Dr. Dan Keeble of the Anthropology department is paving roads with his new form of group projects.  “It just came to me as a stroke of genius in the middle of the night.... + continue reading

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Thursday, 29/01/15
by Jori Barash This week brought news of the ongoing conflict between the university and campus workers, as both sides try to negotiate the next 5-year conflict. University officials and students alike are unsure what to do when hospitality employees can’t afford rent and the cost of higher education is constantly spiraling upwards.... + continue reading
Sunday, 25/01/15
by Susan Lin Massive oil reserves discovered underneath USC's Fluor Tower are suspected to be the real reason for the drop in oil prices. The slick, black substance found under USC freshman housing has caused prices to depreciate all across southern California. After years of high prices, the current low is predicted to improve living... + continue reading
Monday, 19/01/15
by Jori Barash and Kim Rogers Last Monday, USC sophomore Dana Steuben finally decided to register for a course in her Policy in First World Issues minor instead of another semester of Social Activism. “In the end, it just came down to limited units and limited time,” cites Steuben. “I mean activism was fun and all, but I... + continue reading

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Sunday, 25/01/15
by Susan Lin Massive oil reserves discovered underneath USC's Fluor Tower are suspected to be the real reason for the drop in oil prices. The slick, black substance found under USC freshman... + continue reading

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Friday, 30/01/15
By Sasha Voth At left: Heroes get remembered.  But legends never die. What the actual f***. Three times a year I book an airplane flight months in advance.   I wait in endless... + continue reading

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Saturday, 24/01/15
by Grace Carballo In a press conference earlier this afternoon, New England Patriots’ quarterback, Tom Brady, addressed the intense societal pressures placed on him as a professional athlete... + continue reading