The campus body has a 0.2% test positivity rate prior to the break.
Some students traveled over 300 miles for a ‘breath of fresh air.’
The long-held rite of passage that now comes at an academic cost.
USC Village restaurants have pushed for this option since its opening in 2017.
Lyft is expected to reimburse students who paid for their rides on the night of Oct. 2.
A student body once devastated by the local bar’s closure is eager to welcome back the local hotspot.
‘Students are grappling with long wait times and limited options for on-campus dining.’
USC Housing announced that students will be able to return to campus and move-out their belongings beginning April 27th. Although the idea of traveling back to campus and personally packing one’s items may seem promising, there are many obstacles to consider. Travel bans and lack of flights may prevent out of state and international students from coming to Los Angeles. Currently, LA county’s stay-at-home order is in place until May 15, causing other issues, such as housing accommodations. With all of the challenges presented with moving out, are students willing to return to campus?
Reporter Brittany Martin spoke to USC students Marissa Chisolm, Davis Engle, Amalia Mendoza, and Omkar Anaspure about what they’ve heard about coronavirus.
Annenberg Radio News spoke with several attendees of the conversation between presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg and Fox 11 Anchor Elex Michaelson.