Thursday, December 11, 2014
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By Joseph Grazier WASHINGTON DC-- It’s no great secret in 2014 that America has a drug problem: overdose deaths are rising, black market gangs are gaining power, and The Grateful Dead is making a comeback. In the midst of such chaos the United States government declared April 20th... + continue reading
Wednesday, December 10, 2014
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by Staff UN aid will soon reac the cramped encampment of refugees that have taken up residence in USC's Leavey Library.  Aid on the approaching convoy will include basic food aid such as Starbucks and Chipotle, as well as life-saving medications such as adderall.  International... + continue reading
Saturday, December 6, 2014
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by Axel Hellman Students last week were aghast to hear news that USC’s beloved mascot EVKitty had been run over by a car.  Later, reports emerged that the story was a hoax.  DPS is investigating EVKitty for faking her own death in order to receive a multi-million dollar payout of... + continue reading
Wednesday, December 3, 2014
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by Staff While this week’s rain storms forced many USC students to skip class and stay home altogether, hundreds of enterprising north-of-campus residents have found a new way to get to school during inclement weather. Sophomore Kappa Gillian Twissel told the Sack of Troy,  “... + continue reading
Monday, December 1, 2014
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by Jori Barash and Kim Rogers   Rule #1 Show Everyone That Winter Is a Tuesday and Friday Kind of Thing Winter isn’t a season. It’s a fashion choice. The time has come to sport those stitched coats, gloves, and scarves. BUT, you don’t want your last hookup to think... + continue reading

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Thursday, 11/12/14
By Joseph Grazier WASHINGTON DC-- It’s no great secret in 2014 that America has a drug problem: overdose deaths are rising, black market gangs are gaining power, and The Grateful Dead is making a comeback. In the midst of such chaos the United States government declared April 20th national “Say No to Drugs Day.”... + continue reading
Wednesday, 03/12/14
by Staff While this week’s rain storms forced many USC students to skip class and stay home altogether, hundreds of enterprising north-of-campus residents have found a new way to get to school during inclement weather. Sophomore Kappa Gillian Twissel told the Sack of Troy,  “Ordinarily, we would have just driven to campus.... + continue reading
Monday, 01/12/14
by Jori Barash and Kim Rogers   Rule #1 Show Everyone That Winter Is a Tuesday and Friday Kind of Thing Winter isn’t a season. It’s a fashion choice. The time has come to sport those stitched coats, gloves, and scarves. BUT, you don’t want your last hookup to think you’re overly committal. Show everyone you... + continue reading

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Wednesday, 10/12/14
by Staff UN aid will soon reac the cramped encampment of refugees that have taken up residence in USC's Leavey Library.  Aid on the approaching convoy will include basic food aid such as... + continue reading

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Thursday, 11/12/14
By Joseph Grazier WASHINGTON DC-- It’s no great secret in 2014 that America has a drug problem: overdose deaths are rising, black market gangs are gaining power, and The Grateful Dead is... + continue reading

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The Sack interviews Dr. Bud Heineken, who is redesigning the notorious AlcoholEdu system to meet the needs of the 21st century university student. + continue reading

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Sunday, 23/11/14
by Andy Gause Trent Molina, a mixology Senior, woke up flabbergasted to find the world had not come to a violent end following the Trojan's 38-20 loss to UCLA.  Despite initial drunken... + continue reading