Friday, October 24, 2014
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by Rob Smat LOS ANGELES, CA -- Los Angeles residents, Angelenos, citywide have taken to celebration following the announcement of the “LA Ebola-free zone” by the CDC. Governor Schwarzenegger (Editor’s note: Gov. Schwarzenegger is no longer in office and Jerry Brown is... + continue reading
Thursday, October 23, 2014
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By Elias Nash Halfway through the semester, USC’s new freshman class has had plenty of time to assimilate into their new environment, and experience all that the school has to offer.   They’ve been to football games, gotten rejected from parties on the Row, and lived through... + continue reading
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
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by Andy Gause Johnny Kipling, a so-sociology Junior, showed his UCLA friend, Freddy Lee, around campus.  However, things took a turn for the worse when Mr. Lee noticed something he'd never seen before. “Freddy saw a black student,” reported Mr. Kipling.  Mr. Lee had... + continue reading
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
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by Grace Carballo A philanthropic movement that began in Birnkrant Hall is quickly spreading across campus residences, with successful branches already operating in New, North, and Pardee. Founder, Val Roveriano, of BK7, explained, “It all started when I noticed that no one takes their... + continue reading
Monday, October 20, 2014
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Editor's Note:  This article was first printed in Curious Troy, a satirical publication that operated from 1997-1998, under the title "Building Preview: Jane Hoffman and J. Kristoffer Popovich Hall."  Illustrations by Hallie Martin Thanks in part to a very generous $50... + continue reading

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Sunday, 12/10/14
by Jori Barash After weeks staying out of the public eye, North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un’s whereabouts are finally known. It’s been suggested that the totalitarian leader was dealing with gout or diabetes based on video of him limping. Apparently this is only part of the story. For the last 2 months, Un has served double duty as... + continue reading
Wednesday, 08/10/14
by Tyler Pullen Earlier today, as lawless cyclists rode rampant through the streets, specifically on Jefferson between Orchard and McClintock, heroic LAPD officers put their lives on their line to stop the deluge of crime and disorder. Bravely leaping in front of the reckless two-wheeled maniacs, the police were clearly willing to... + continue reading
Saturday, 04/10/14
by Staff BOVARD AUDITORIUM -- For the second year in a row, the university released a dollar-by-dollar enumeration of how students' tuition dollars are spent.  Below is a summary of how much each of the university's projects cost per student: $1.30         Decorative kale at EVK $12.40... + continue reading

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Thursday, 16/10/14
by Staff LEAVEY LIBRARY-- Administrators have long sought a solution for USC’s chaotic bicycle parking. On average, 3.4 bikes fill every slot bike rack - lower than most third world... + continue reading

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Tuesday, 14/10/14
by Zoe Haddad MUSHROOM KINGDOM 2:35 PM PST, Tue October 14, 2014-- Many injured, de-winged in Mushroom Kingdom today. A mustached man, who witnesses describe as “ethnic”, “fat... + continue reading

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Tuesday, 29/04/14
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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Saturday, 18/10/14
by Grace Carballo In an effort to increase student-section sales, the USC ticket office has introduced an enticing new deal:  Tickets for the one half of the the football game for 50% off... + continue reading