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Incoming freshman class largest, most diverse in history


USC will welcome 3,350 freshman students this fall, the biggest incoming freshman class in the University’s history. Although admission offers decreased from 9,181 offers in 2015 to 8,980 offers in 2017, the number of students accepting their offer has been on the rise. 32 percent of freshman accepted their admissions offer in 2015; this number […]

Home for the holidays as a freshman


There is a lot of hype over coming home for the first time as a freshman. Some come back from across the country, excited to finally sleep in their own bed after traveling on two planes, two busses and an Uber. Some just have a quick (or not so quick due to obscene amounts of […]

Q&A with Cassie Harberts


Freshman Cassie Harberts has started every game for the women’s basketball team this season — the only player to do so. The San Clemente, Calif. forward averages 9.4 points per game for the Women of Troy. The Daily Trojan sat down with Harberts and asked to share her thoughts on the season and how the […]

Mental health services need refocusing


USC  often shows great concern for the well-being of its students, but the university seems to have focused mainly on physical health and neglected to consider students’ mental health, which has been a growing concern at colleges across the United States. According to “The American Freshman: National Norms” Fall 2010 annual survey, freshmen emotional health […]

Ambles unable to redshirt


Ambles has participated in three plays this season, all against Hawaii in the season opener, disqualifying him from attaining redshirt status.