Thursday, February 26, 2015
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By Sasha Voth Jonathan Lee was certainly surprised when he was told that cigarettes are bad for you, and among other things increase your risk for cancer, stroke and heart disease.  Lee, originally from Macau, China, had absolutely no idea that the smoke he was inhaling was slowly... + continue reading
Monday, February 23, 2015
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by Rob Smat USC's Entrance 5 is officially open once more! Join Sack of Troy News reporter Rob Smat for a minute-by-minute breakdown of the long-awaited opening ceremony + continue reading
Sunday, February 22, 2015
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By Rob Smat MCCARTHY QUAD, USC -- Oh, the folly of man. Specifically one man: Arnoz Curry, biomedical engineering major, varsity swim team redshirt, and one prideful SOB. Curry’s gushing geyser of condescension began with a flier posted to his dorm door, it allegedly said: MCCARTHY DE-... + continue reading
Wednesday, February 18, 2015
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by Rob Smat USG PRESS CENTER (TROUSDALE PARKWAY) -- Election week has come to a close. As USC prepares to elect its first female president since 2006 (despite the near success of the come-from-behind Clooney/Pitt ticket), we retrospectively look back at the other ticket’s journey. The... + continue reading
Monday, February 16, 2015
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By Matt Abrahamson Des Moines, IA – Greg Malone, a 36 year old chemical engineer and graduate from the Viterbi School at USC, with a wife and three kids, has recently learned that ponies are not actually just baby horses who one day will grow up to become a horse. What is surprisingly... + continue reading

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Thursday, 26/02/15
By Sasha Voth Jonathan Lee was certainly surprised when he was told that cigarettes are bad for you, and among other things increase your risk for cancer, stroke and heart disease.  Lee, originally from Macau, China, had absolutely no idea that the smoke he was inhaling was slowly decreasing his life expectancy. Good Samaritan Phoebe... + continue reading
Monday, 23/02/15
by Rob Smat USC's Entrance 5 is officially open once more! Join Sack of Troy News reporter Rob Smat for a minute-by-minute breakdown of the long-awaited opening ceremony + continue reading
Saturday, 14/02/15
By Rob Smat USG ELECTION CENTRAL (ANNENBERG BROOM CLOSET) -- Well it’s been a crazy election week for sure. Well, actually it hasn’t. But for people who know what’s going on or what USG actually does, I bet it’s been a wild and crazy ride. The two balloted candidates for President/VP are Rini/Jordan and Providence/... + continue reading

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Monday, 02/02/15
By Staff Having sent out flurry after flurry of resumes and cover letters, Sam Lachaga, a 2014 graduate of USC’s Marine Biology program, has finally found gainful employment. The search... + continue reading

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Monday, 16/02/15
By Matt Abrahamson Des Moines, IA – Greg Malone, a 36 year old chemical engineer and graduate from the Viterbi School at USC, with a wife and three kids, has recently learned that ponies are... + continue reading

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Monday, 23/02/15
by Rob Smat USC's Entrance 5 is officially open once more! Join Sack of Troy News reporter Rob Smat for a minute-by-minute breakdown of the long-awaited opening ceremony + 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