Given the difficult year for women in the USC community because of the Sigma Nu assault allegations and the lawsuit with the former USC gynecologist, International Women’s Month and Day could have a new meaning for many. What can we learn from the events of this past year and how might we ensure a better future? Carter Hyde has the story.
The war in Ukraine is deeply affecting people there and even far from the fighting. Some University students in this country can think of nothing else some report already feeling traumatized especially students whose families have ties to the region. They say their studies and mental health are suffering, Ethan Huang reports.
The Super Bowl LVI half time performance marked the first time that an all hip-hop set took the stage. With this historic milestone, we talked to USC students about their opinions on the show and the significance it has for hip-hop culture. Gina Nguyen prepared this story.
The USG presidential race has dwindled down to only one ticket. One of the tickets that had been in the race withdrew, so now the only remaining ticket will run unopposed for President of USG. Vani Sanganeria has more on this curious story.
More than 50 nations have imposed travel restrictions because of the omicron variant.
People nationwide, including students, have strongly expressed their anger over Rittenhouse’s acquittal.
USC students and faculty call out underrepresentation of Native American culture on campus, even during Heritage month.
Inell Woods Park will be a new green space in the Green Meadows neighborhood.
Lyft is expected to reimburse students who paid for their rides on the night of Oct. 2.
According to DPS logs, five electric scooter-related accidents occurred in the month of September alone.
USC offers resources to educate students on drug safety and awareness.
The recall election could decide California’s next governor. While the deadline to vote is Sept. 14, here’s how to get it done now.