Pioneering American fashion designer and entrepreneur, Virgil Abloh died yesterday after a two-year battle with a rare, aggressive form of cancer. He was 41 years old. Abloh made history as Louis Vuitton’s first Black artistic director. Daniel Marable reports.
Students at USC are wondering whether they will be safe at future concerts after the tragedy at Travis Scott's Astroworld music festival with multiple casualties and dozens injured.
Mexican holiday Día De Los Muertos ended on November 1st with celebrations across Latin America and the U.S. Here’s Ayanna Martinez with the story of how the holiday has evolved and spread in mainstream media
Some students felt the customary week-long spring break would be better for students and faculty.
Día de los Muertos, which translates to “Day of the Dead” in English, is a Mexican holiday for families and communities to celebrate the life and death of their ancestors. This year, the COVID-19 pandemic makes Día de los Muertos all the more significant.
The lawsuit claims USC discriminated against the student and predetermined the outcome of her Title IX investigation in favor of the alleged perpetrator.
The continued postponement of USC and Broadway shows has some students and alumni of the School of Dramatic Arts fearful for the theater industry.
USC's investigation of professor Gregory Patton concluded a few days after 3 student groups issued a statement criticizing the university's handling of the controversy.
USC alumni described the challenges of filmmaking and displaying their work during the pandemic.
Some USC classes took the day off on Tuesday and Wednesday as professors and students alike partook in a national scholar strike to stand up to racial injustice.
Students living on or around USC's campus are seeking to balance their own safety from COVID-19 and their desire for social connection.