After they're elected by their staff, editors in chief of the University of Southern California's Daily Trojan must also receive the recommendation of the school's vice president of student affairs. In the paper's history, no student has ever been denied--until now, reports the Daily Trojan. Present editor-in-chief Zach Fox sought substantial changes to the paper, including more student budgetary control. Calling those changes too much, the V.P. of student affairs has decided not to recommend Fox for approval next semester. In response, Fox resigned last night.