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The USC Song Girl and The Sea

Once Claudene Christian joined the crew of the Bounty, she got back the joy that she’d found—and lost—in L.A. Then hurricane Sandy struck

Foam Finger: Trojan Football Hardly Fighting On

This is the role reversal that’s felt inevitable; the one I’ve been fearing since UCLA’s big November win

Water Logged: A Q&A with Matt White About His February Feature, “The USC Song Girl and the Sea”

Matt White, who writes about the life and death of former USC Song Girl Claudene Christian in our February issue, talks with managing editor Ann Herold about Christian’s last moments spent aboard the tall ship Bounty in the Atlantic during Hurricane Sandy—and the unusual course his own life has taken since he was a USC student

DispL.A. Case #34: Ruben Salazar’s Briefcase

The history of Los Angeles as told through 232 objects.

Foam Finger: USC’s ‘Cantu’ Spirit

A national title is galaxies away, but interim coach Bob Cantu is here to pick up the slack while a search is conducted for USC head basketball coach Kevin O’Neill’s successor.

Foam Finger: What’s Next for USC and UCLA Football

Weren’t the Trojans slated to be No. 1? And where did the Bruins go after their high-octane fall performances?

The Foam Finger: Bowling for Pride, Dignity

It’s that time of the year again. You know, the one we’ve been waiting for since late August: Bowling Time.

Top 10 Lane Kiffin Tweets

We mean “Top 10 Anti-Lane Kiffin Tweets” because after Saturday, what other kind of Lane Kiffin tweet could there be?

23 Reasons Why a Profile of Pete Carroll Does Not Appear in This Space

An attempt at writing about the football coach