Lia Woodward
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Lia Woodward

Mr. Airport Security, I can assure you there's no need to detain Lia; that sharp object is just her wit. Please stop touching it. Lia is a lady writer in lots of mediums, including but not limited to the internet, screenwriting, prose, and a funny song here and there.
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December 7, 2011

What kind of naked is your roommate? (and what that says about you)

There are many things to be expected when you start sharing a room with another person. But unless that roommate is your girlfriend, boyfriend, or you would like for them to be one of those, something you don’t typically count on/hope for is how much and how often you will get a glimpse of that person’s unmentionables. A small percentage of... MORE »

December 4, 2011

Week in Review: Time waits for no News

Your second best source for the week’s Daily Trojan Headlines Greek groups focus on new member integration Mainly because Greek organizations would like to start a tradition of having special activities that are just for new members for about one semester before they get to officially join, because that’s a fresh new idea. “Sweet Tenor”:... MORE »

December 1, 2011

Some honest “Holiday Flavors” for you this season

Every year Thanksgiving happens so that when it’s over, coffee, frozen yogurt, smoothies, and pretty much all places that sell things that “taste like something” know it’s time to start serving their seasonal holiday flavors. I get just as excited about this as the next red-velvet-hot-chocolate enthusiast. There’s a part of me, though, that enjoys... MORE »

November 23, 2011

Students fly home to celebrate National Haircut/Long Distance Breakup Weekend

It’s an exciting time of year. Late November.   Classes end early, beards are in full swing, everybody travels near and far to be among friends and family, people buy extra food, all to celebrate one very important American holiday: National Haircut/Breakup weekend.   Since this great nation’s birth, the week of November 24th has... MORE »

November 20, 2011

Week in Review: You can’t judge a book by its News

Your second-best source for the week’s Daily Trojan headlines. Study finds that playing video games can be as addictive to the brain as drugs Especially when video games are snorted through the nose. Isn’t that how we all do it?   USC sees decrease in students from India Where???   Professors present project to build... MORE »

November 16, 2011

Group of guys realize their short “kinda cute” bro has actually been a girl all along

If there is anything in this world that guys love, it’s their bros.   Just look at Bobby Morris, a sophomore. Morris was happy to be in a pack of nine bros. Or so he thought.   “All of them have been there for me through so much and it’s really great to just kick... MORE »

November 10, 2011

Enviro major leaves light on all night, disappoints everyone

Tiger Woods, Lindsay Lohan, Michael Phelps, Mel Gibson, Brittany Spears, Kim Kardashian’s “wedding/life” and the movie Cowboys and Aliens: all of these have something in common, and it rhymes with disappointment.   As of this past weekend, we can whole-heartedly add Rick Berrs’ name to the shame list.   Berrs, a promising senior in Environmental... MORE »

November 6, 2011

Week in Review: The proof is in the News

Your second-best source for the past week’s Daily Trojan headlines. Cell phone security a concern as personal info storage increases My phone and I get along pretty well when we’re together, but when I’m not around and my cell gets a little tipsy, well I’m not sure how much I can trust it.  USC reports... MORE »

November 2, 2011

Combining Halloween Weekend and Parents Weekend was a great idea

When it became incredibly clear that USC was going to make this year’s Parents Weekend and Halloween Weekend one in the same, I think I can speak for everyone when I say that we were all pretty excited by that idea.   The scantily clad antics typical to Halloween would undoubtedly be that much more... MORE »