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Article by Sdolph2
November 5, 2011

Students Speak Out About “Students Speak out”

Sophomores Josh Cutting, William, and Maria are upset about the students speak out section. When asked, they cited that the recent Archway section didn’t actually talk about relevant issues. “I’m not talking, wondering or thinking about fucking bricks.”   These students are upset because real issues on campus could be recognized in the student newspaper... MORE »

Article by Lia Woodward
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 »

Article by Lia Woodward
October 26, 2011

Students return to Halloween’s traditional roots by celebrating All Sluts Day instead

Halloween is fast approaching. Parties, costumes, scary movies, candy: all of it adds up to the same excellent October 31st we experience every year. However, Halloween wasn’t always about dressing up in clever outfits, trick-or-treating, and grabbing onto one’s attractive friends during the parts of The Sixth Sense that still scare me.   Most people... MORE »

Article by Lia Woodward
October 23, 2011

Week in Review: You can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make it News

Your second-best source for the past week’s Daily Trojan headlines Students react to potential coffee price increase Hint: it wasn’t “oh, awesome!”   Experts say climate change will immediately effect the state’s environment Particularly the climate part.   Alternative break program notices all time high in applications It was completely unrelated to the all time... MORE »

Article by Lia Woodward
October 19, 2011

Notorious hot button issue ends in hugs thanks to the magic of 4am conversation

There are many from this campus, this country, and probably even the world that never thought a long standing, unanswerable, hot button issue could reach an amicable conclusion, but a group of USC students proved everyone wrong several nights ago.   Last Saturday (or Sunday, depending on your worldview) at around midnight, Joanie Kershing, a... MORE »

Article by apost
October 9, 2011

Panhel Reveals Phi Sigma Sigma Hires Outside University Students

In the past few weeks there have been numerous sightings of a new sorority all around Cornell’s campus. They have bags, they have sweatshirts and they even have a table at Ho Plaza. These girls are everywhere. But, where did they come from? Just yesterday a Panhelenic representative revealed that these girls are not just... MORE »

Article by Leah Folta
October 1, 2011

USC Week In Review: Oh-Gosh-It’s-October-Already Edition

Your second-best source for the past week’s Daily Trojan headlines USC still pushing professors to take advantage of technology in the classroom : Come on, professors. Technology has been making eyes at you all year and is clearly down. Sure, it’s kind of drunk. But so are you. USC attempting to recruit more students from... MORE »

Article by Nicole G
September 26, 2011

AD Cancelling Noon Football Games Because of Weak Student Section

Get out your planners, kids. Syracuse’s football schedule is receiving a midseason shake-up. After last Saturday’s feeble student turnout, when Toledo played Syracuse in the Carrier Dome, Athletic Director Darryl Gross is implementing a revolutionary strategy to get butts in seats. He is pushing back all 12 PM start times to 2 PM, effective immediately.  ... MORE »

Article by Lia Woodward
August 8, 2011

Survey indicates all students are age 21+, especially on Thursdays

A revolutionary survey sponsored by Students That Investigate For Fun (STIFF) indicates a unique reality at USC: the entire student body is in fact the age of 21 or older. “We at STIFF wanted to know how so many people are legally allowed to party because we thought it would just be fun to find... MORE »