Dining Hall helps students to avoid the freshman 15

Pradyot Sharma Opinion Editor Taylor Walding Variety Editor The Trojan Dining Hall is helping students avoid the freshman 15 by using innovative weight loss strategies that incorporate hiding cutlery and closing early on weekends. It is not unusual for students to have to walk the entire dining hall three times before they find a fork. “I Read More

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First Amendment is not an excuse to insult police officers

Zach Henson Editor-in-Chief The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania upheld the conviction of Jamal Knox, who had been found guilty of threatening two Pittsburgh police officers in his rap song “F— the Police.” Knox, who performs under the pseudonym Mayhem Mal, was charged and convicted of threatening Officers Daniel Zeltner and Michael Kosko of the Pittsburgh Police Read More

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Tapes point to Trump being racist

Scott Shelton Staff Writer While I realize calling someone a racist is something that should not be taken lightly, the president of the United States, unfortunately, is one. Omarosa Manigault New­man, former White House aide and longtime friend of President Donald Trump, has released a number of secret recordings from her time in the White House. Read More

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