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 past month marks the highest surge in inflation in forty years. Carter Hyde looks at some causes for this and some effects.
The Winter Olympics are under way in Beijing and athletes are under some new restrictions, mainly due to Covid. In this year of the pandemic, the Olympic games are not allowing families to travel with competitors, they’ve reduced the number of fans in the stadiums, and athletes are less able to go out and to explore their host country. Carter Hyde has the story.
‘If you’re worried about where you’re going to be able to get menstrual products… you’re not going to be focused.’
In the wake of Astroworld Festival, high-attendance events are facing more scrutiny
The Suspenders celebrate the return of in-person performances with their show, 'Sketch House Rock'
The long-held rite of passage that now comes at an academic cost.
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.
The restrictions, which were in place for the past year and a half, prevented many students from traveling home to see their families.
‘Students are grappling with long wait times and limited options for on-campus dining.’