Studies find that online shopping is dominating the marketplace this holiday season.
Fans battled to get tickets for Swift’s ‘Eras Tour’ during Ticketmaster’s pre-sale.
Midterm races in Arizona and Nevada slowly reveal the future of Congress.
Soccer fans look forward to the World Cup every four years, but human rights violations in Qatar, the 2022 host country, threaten to steal the spotlight this year.
Students are still able to register to vote in California ahead of upcoming election.
The week of Oct. 17 to Oct. 23 marks the first Sex Week at USC to celebrate and educate on sex-based topics.
Climate change is increasing temperatures and the likelihood of intense heat waves, yet air conditioning is not required in housing by Los Angeles.
Spudnuts Donuts delights students and locals alike with 24 hour cafe service.
The new grant aims to increase access to law school for students from under-resourced backgrounds.
Students flocked to the Bookstore's surplus sale to purchase discounted USC merchandise.
President Joe Biden announced a ban on Russian imports of oil and energy sources on March 8. Now, California is seeing the highest average gas prices in the country at $5.57 per gallon with some Southern California areas getting up to $7 per gallon.
In 2015, Los Angeles passed the Mobility Plan 2035 to improve the flow and coexistence of everyone on the roads and sidewalks. Now, the “Healthy Streets LA” ballot measure wants to make it essential that this Mobility Plan is enacted when streets are repaved, but needs to get on the ballot first.
USC Undergraduate Student Government elections start today. Until Feb 25, 2022 at 11:59 PM, students can cast their vote online or in front of Tommy Trojan. Many students have spoken out on the issue of who is listed on the ballot.
The Rams parade was certainly exciting for LA, but not as much for some USC students who had trouble getting on campus. The parade passed by UPC and the University Park neighborhood, which meant many classes moved online and left commuters scrambling to get to class.
The UC system will pay more than $243 million to alleged victims of sexual abuse at the hands of former gynecologist James Heaps. Some survivors recently spoke to this on a Facebook live stream.