Third-year theatre student Jane Hearn stage-manages the psychologically thrilling play, Macbeth. When snow falls, dry ice steams or fog hazes, Jane is the one pulling the strings. A gruesome Shakespearian tragedy, Macbeth takes the stage in Drayton Hall on April 14th and continues through the 22nd.
Eating at college can be costly, to both your wallet and your waistline. If this is a problem you all too well understand, read a few of the points our writers here at G&B have come up with to help you decide on whether you should go 'Meal Plan' or 'No Plan.'
Tired of spending countless hours underground in T-Coop, surrounded by books and that annoying girl who clearly doesn’t understand the meaning of “quiet floor”? Claim a new study space. Check out these secret spots to kick your studying into gear and, dare we say it, enjoyable?
Burgers, pizza, sandwiches–after a while, it all tastes a little bland. We’ve covered some new territory for those of you brave enough to break away from your typical routine and try something different.
According to the National Alliance to End Homelessness, on any given night, 672,000 people are homeless in the United States. To most, this is just a number. It doesn’t have a frail body, sad eyes, a growling stomach or cold, bare feet. One USC student, however, has seen the reality of this statistic.