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Article by Nick Ciccone
December 13, 2011

The Final Commute

Being a commuter can be tough. Whether you’ve decided to live at home to save money or because you couldn’t part with your stuffed animals, the commuter gene is a part of your DNA. Commuters like to keep to themselves, and so they rarely disclose that they live at home. The only way to tell... 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 Leah Folta
October 3, 2011

Sidewalk-bikers to USC: “the street is lava!!”

Daily life holds scores of minor frustrations that you, as a mature college-pseudo-adult, handle with patience and grace. If you’re me, all of those minor frustrations are people who ride bicycles through sidewalks. Also, patience is as likely as those bikers are to make it to class without hitting a pedestrian (UNlikely! Ha!).   This... MORE »

Article by eeeeeeeee2
March 29, 2011

In response to idiotic student pedestrian behavior, SU creates Pedestrian Services

Much to the surprise of most SU students, traffic laws are actually obeyed in other geographic locations, meaning green lights mean go and red lights mean stop. Green lights do not, shockingly enough, signal to pedestrians to walk slowly across the street blatantly ignoring the cars trying to drive, while obnoxiously talking on their cell phones.... MORE »