A team at Reuters News Agency received the Selden Ring Award for Investigative Journalism on Monday
Members of the USC Iranian community build momentum for the Women, Life, Freedom movement in Iran.
Following an overwhelming vote to unionize, graduate workers will look to address university misconduct.
Following the name change of the Latine Student Assembly, representatives from USC student publications talk about the impact of language on diverse, multi-faceted communities.
As part of the group DAY, USC students host cultural events to share their experiences and struggles.
Local elementary school students learned the method behind the magic at USC Kids News, an undergraduate-led humanities workshop.
With millions of diabetics in the United States the approaching holiday season could provide challenges to those with diabetes relating food. USC student and diabetic podcast producer Nicole Barron discusses this coupled with tips from a USC diabetic researcher.
The United Nations Framework Convention will meet in Egypt this November to discuss on going Climate Change related issues. Issues such as reducing greenhouse gas emissions and increasing financial action in developing countries will be touched upon.
In order to promote safety and awareness LA v Hate and AAPI Advisory Board come together to offer panels, events, and workshops in the next coming weeks to engage the community in discussion and thought surrounding hate incidents.
It's that time of year again! Halloween is right around the corner, and while the holiday may fall on a Monday this year, that isn't stopping students from celebrating spooky season all weekend long.
With public health officials predicting a bad flu season, USC is offering students a first line of defense.