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  • A Hollywood le atraen las latinas con poca ropa | FOTOS

    A Hollywood le atraen las latinas con poca ropa | FOTOS
    LOS ANGELES - La poderosa industria cinematográfica de Hollywood se siente atraída hacia las latinas con poca ropa y que exalten un perfil sexy, tal como se desprende de un análisis de la Universidad del Sur de California (USC) dado a conocer esta semana....
  • USC's Jabari Ruffin is out for season with knee injury

    USC's Jabari Ruffin is out for season with knee injury
    USC linebacker Jabari Ruffin, who appeared on track to possibly start, will be sidelined for the season because of a torn knee ligament, the school announced Sunday night. Ruffin, a third-year sophomore, was injured after intercepting a pass during a...
  • USC's Steve Sarkisian continues to push Adoree' Jackson

    USC's Steve Sarkisian continues to push Adoree' Jackson
    USC Coach Steve Sarkisian is keeping Adoree' Jackson busy. During the Trojans' first three training-camp practices, Jackson played cornerback, wide receiver and also returned kicks. On Thursday at the Coliseum, the freshman's workload increased when...
  • USC football: Coaches evaluate roster ahead of opener as players rest

    USC football: Coaches evaluate roster ahead of opener as players rest
    USC players, fresh from a day off, return to practice Sunday with a more focused eye on their Aug. 30 opener against Fresno State. Trojans coaches were scheduled to spend part of Saturday huddled in the McKay Center to assess the roster after a week...
  • College football enters a new playoff world

    It took a hundred years, but college football finally caved to the faucet drip of public persistence by agreeing to stage a four-team playoff starting this season. Fare thee well to mythical champions crowned by wire services, matrices and wing nuts....
  • USC adds enhanced security measures aimed at international students

    USC adds enhanced security measures aimed at international students
    USC on Friday announced new measures aimed at better protecting its large international student population — as well as the rest of the campus — after the slayings of three Chinese graduate students over the last two years. The move comes...
  • USC football: Recovery is now part of the training camp model

    USC football: Recovery is now part of the training camp model
    After a week of training camp practices, USC players will wake up Saturday to something relatively novel: A day off from workouts. It is the first of four scheduled off days for the Trojans before their Aug. 30 opener against Fresno State. It's also...
  • NCAA grants Power Five conferences more autonomy

    NCAA grants Power Five conferences more autonomy
    The NCAA board of directors voted Thursday to grant the five wealthiest college football conferences more freedom to pass legislation without approval of the full NCAA membership. Although the outcome was widely anticipated, the 16-2 decision...
  • Organ donations on the rise among Latinos at County-USC Medical Center

    Organ donations on the rise among Latinos at County-USC Medical Center
    Latinos who die at Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center are donating organs for transplantation at increasing rates, according to a new study. Minorities have long been less willing than whites to donate their organs, a disparity widely attributed to...
  • USC receiver Darreus Rogers gets his No. 1 wish, and keeps working

    USC receiver Darreus Rogers gets his No. 1 wish, and keeps working
    USC receiver Darreus Rogers made only one inquiry — and then he went to work. Former coach Lane Kiffin declared in 2010 that no player would wear Nos. 1 or 43 until they demonstrated they were worthy of donning the numbers worn by All-American...
  • Hootchy-kootchy roles or nothing? The state of Hollywood diversity

    When Spike Jonze's movie "Her" came out last year, it was buzzed about for its dystopic take on a society where people have affairs with their phones and its vision of a near-future L.A. where you could take Metro to the beach. But "Her" left me feeling...