Content warning for stories and experiences of sexual assault: Students at the University of Southern California began to protest after reports of sexual assault that took place at the Sigma Nu fraternity house were released by the USC’s Department of Public Safety on Oct. 21. The department reported six separate accounts of sexual assault at the fraternity between Sept. 27 and Oct. 20. The unrest that developed in the community continued through early November 2021. During these weeks, students and faculty participated in protests in front of the Sigma Nu house, in marches through fraternity row and on the USC campus. These are the scenes viewed through the lens of a USC Annenberg Media photographer.