The virtual event marked Own It's fourth anniversary of uniting the USC community with trailblazers from various industries.
This year marked the first time USC offered Wellness Days instead of a traditional, week-long spring break to its students. Without the break, some professors have noticed their students burning out more so than usual. So they decided to offer their own solution: a week of no class and a lighter workload.
The shootings in Atlanta, Georgia earlier this week have prompted several Asian-American celebrities to condemn anti-Asian violence and speak out against targeted hate crimes in the community with the hashtag Stop Asian Hate.
USC employees and students who fall under California’s Phase 1B guidelines can receive the Johnson & Johnson vaccine as soon as Thursday at the Lyon Center on USC’s campus, chief health officer Dr. Sarah Van Orman announced.
For USC professors, travel challenges differ depending on their individual citizenship status. Many don’t want to risk the prospect of infection from traveling, but for some, the U.S. maintains travel restrictions that legally ban them from getting aboard airplanes to return home.
The upcoming 78th Golden Globe Awards has been riddled with controversies since this year's nominations were announced, including bribing accusations and a lack of diversity within the awards' voting committee.
The Tree Yoga Cooperative is hosting a special two-day Yoga Teacher Training workshop over Zoom this weekend in South Los Angeles to expand on their celebration of Black history this month.
USC is in the final week of classes and students are waiting to see if the university will extend the pass/ no pass deadline beyond this Friday to after finals. Catherine Landaas spoke with some students about the issue.
Election Day was exactly one week ago...and between then and now, the nation has been wrapped in election news. On Saturday morning, Joe Biden was projected as the winner of the Presidential Election, while a runoff election in Georgia will determine the fate of the Senate in January. But that’s not all… Mimi Geller gives us an update on what has been happening ever since the ballots were cast last week.