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  1. Trap Beckham is putting on for the city of JacksonvilleRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 21 | Daily Trojan

    For someone who had never set foot on a plane until being flown to Los Angeles courtesy of Def Jam Recordings, Jacksonville rapper Trap Beckham has made quick work of hitting the road as part of club appearances, concerts and other cross-country events. Back in the City of Angels for NBA All-Star Weekend, the fashionable rapper certainly looked right at home in the middle of Hollywood, talking about his travels while sitting in the lobby of the Loews hotel.

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  2. Law school to host immigration clinicRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 14 | Daily Trojan

    For Nazeli Khodabakhsh, a second-year student at the USC Gould School of Law, finding opportunities to give back to the community has proved difficult. However, USC Gould has been in the process of developing clinics - one of which is focused on immigration - throughout Los Angeles for students like Khodabakhsh to apply legal knowledge from her classes.

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  3. OPINION: Combating homelessness requires resourcefulnessRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 13 | Daily Trojan

    On Feb. 8, the city of Los Angeles unveiled the newest addition to the streets of Downtown: six bright orange homeless donation meters, which funnel passerby donations to homeless outreach programs that provide mental health, medical and housing resources to the homeless. Yet, these conspicuous meters equipped with smiley face emojis may raise more questions than funds or awareness.

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  4. Black History Month is a time for solidarityRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 13 | Daily Trojan

    That is how actress, writer and director Issa Rae eloquently put it when she spoke to students last Tuesday in Bovard Auditorium. Rae was invited to speak at the University on behalf of the Graduate Student Government, who also partnered with various groups on campus focused on causes like representation of students of color, gender empowerment and feminist advocacy, to name a few.

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  5. Expo line train hits two people, causes closureRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 7 | Daily Trojan

    A Metro train on the Expo line struck two non-USC individuals on bicycles Tuesday night at Jefferson Boulevard and Flower Street, according to the Los Angeles Police Department Southwest Division and the USC Department of Public Safety. Service on the Expo line was interrupted following the crash between the Jefferson/USC station and the 23rd Street station, according to L.A. Metro, but a bus-shuttle service was set up to transport passengers between the stations during the interruption.

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  6. Bruins outlast Trojans in Pauley Pavilion thrillerRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 5 | Daily Trojan

    The battle for college basketball supremacy in Los Angeles took place at Pauley Pavilion Saturday. In a heavyweight boxing-type contest between USC and UCLA, both teams threw their best punches back-and-forth.

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  7. Review: Taco Window serves tacos with a European twistRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 1 | Daily Trojan

    Walking down Jefferson Boulevard, Taco Window stands out among the other beautifully muraled walls with its freeform red, yellow and green chili pepper paintings and the mouth-watering scent of fresh tacos it emanates. Only two miles west of USC's campus, Taco Window is exactly what its name implies - a small, fast-casual eatery comprised of two sliding glass windows dividing a painted brick wall, through which one can get a glimpse of chef Basile Bouhadida flipping fresh, homemade corn tortillas.

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  8. Jung Money: USC could end up playing in MarchRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 26 | Daily Trojan

    Since I finished my term as sports editor of the Daily Trojan in December, I've largely taken a break from watching the Trojans - following 20 programs over the course of the year can lead to some burnout. So even after getting an alert for USC's 69-64 victory over Stanford on Wednesday night, I assumed that the men's basketball program remained in a tailspin.

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  9. Home sweet home: A guide to housing for USC studentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 25 | Daily Trojan

    Although freshmen, spring admits and transfer students may have just settled into their residential colleges and apartments, the looming prospect of finding housing for the 2018-19 academic year is fast approaching. But there is no need to fear: USC has housing options to suit all different sets of student living needs, price ranges and special interests.

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  10. Hollywood Glam: A guide to hidden gems in a tourist-laden cityRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 11, 2018 | Daily Trojan

    When it comes to seeing the actual neighborhood of Hollywood, most visitors wander the boulevard, stare at the sidewalk stars, browse the cheap souvenir shops, take a sightseeing tour and miss the heart and soul of the place entirely. It is possible to experience it like the locals do, but visitors must avoid the slow-moving sea of humanity on Hollywood Boulevard.

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  11. A guide to upcoming LA art exhibitsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 8, 2018 | Daily Trojan

    Laurie Shapiro's psychedelic installation "Before You Were Born" is on display in West Hollywood through Feb. 3. Photo from Radiant Space. From ancient paintings to modern multimedia installations, the Los Angeles art scene boasts a wide range of visual wonders, and now 2018 is slated to be another vibrant year for arts and culture.

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  12. Viscarra's Vice: Really? Helton in the hot seat?Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 27, 2017 | Daily Trojan

    Just ask Jim Mora, who was recently fired as the UCLA football coach for not elevating the Bruins to elite status in his six seasons in Westwood. While losing is the common denominator, different programs have a different tolerance levels and qualifications for being placed in the hot seat.

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  13. "Fundamental" DTLA is the quintessential brunch spotRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 13, 2017 | Daily Trojan

    "All-day breakfast" is a phrase that excites even the most stressed out student or office employee. With a successful parent restaurant in Westwood, Fundamental DTLA brings all-day breakfast and all-day lunch into the hustle and bustle of Downtown.

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  14. Los Angeles art museums offer diverse exhibits at no costRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 7, 2017 | Daily Trojan

    "Radical Women: Latin America Art, 1960-1985" is on view for free at the Hammer Museum and explores the contributions of Latina artists. Photo from Facebook.

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  15. Thornton violinists tour with RostamRead the original story

    Nov 2, 2017 | Daily Trojan

    From left to right, Violinists and USC Thornton School of Music students Nick Kennerly, Julian McClanahan and Wynton Grant will tour Europe with pop producer Rostam for two weeks. Photo courtesy of Nick Kennerly An unassuming pad on Portland Street has housed 10 musicians for the last few years.

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  16. Vision Zero project aims to reduce traffic accidents in USC areaRead the original story

    Nov 1, 2017 | Daily Trojan

    The city of Los Angeles implemented Vision Zero, a citywide initiative, to make streets safer for pedestrians and cyclists. Photo by Rachel Parsons Though many students take steps to protect themselves from violent crime in the USC area, there is another serious threat that is lesser-known: traffic accidents, which have killed 21 people in the area around campus since 2014.

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  17. Spooky spots in the city of starsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 31, 2017 | Daily Trojan

    In Los Angeles, the golden age of Hollywood brought young starlets, glamour, drama - and ghosts. This Halloween, check out Hollywood, Griffith Park and a one-of-a-kind theatre for some spook-tacular sightings.

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  18. A haunted train rideRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 31, 2017 | Daily Trojan

    "We are a social club dedicated to the preservation of greater L.A.'s rich haunted history, and the promotion and celebration of this local lore through ghostly gatherings, events, and publications," GHOULA writes on its website. Throughout the year, GHOULA, which was founded in 2006, promotes a variety of spooktacular happenings in the city, including haunted venues, cat ghost stories and personal accounts of paranormal activity.

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  19. REVIEW: Oh Wonder satisfies true potentialRead the original story

    Oct 19, 2017 | Daily Trojan

    Performing a selection of tracks from their 2015 self-titled debut album, as well as their 2017 album Ultralife, Oh Wonder gave attendees an all-encompassing taste of their complete discography. With fan favorites including "Drive" and "Lose It" receiving screams of adoration echoing throughout a crowd of 4,000 people, Oh Wonder left little to be desired.

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  20. Professor writes books on history of Nazis in Los AngelesRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 19, 2017 | Daily Trojan

    That's what USC history professor Steven Ross said the appeal of his latest book was. Although the nonfiction historical work explores a spy group's efforts to combat fascist groups in America in the mid-1900s, Ross said the ideas apply more generally to how hate becomes popular and how governments can be complicit in it.

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