Like many freshman, Alicia Liu has never taken a class on USC’s campus before, so the return to what we once called “regular” classes this fall will be anything but normal for her.
USC will allow out-of-state guests to attend it’s graduation ceremony for the classes of 2020 and 2021 if they are fully vaccinated, the University announced Tuesday.
USC’s Undergraduate Student Government unveiled a series of new resolutions and bylaws at their meeting on the evening of March 30. Proposals touched on mental health, food waste, and campus religious and social life.
South L.A. Residents reflect on the COVID-19 pandemic
Some spent their day off studying, others relaxing — few felt well
USC’s first of five “mental wellness days” is this Friday, March 12. As the day approaches in the midst of midterms, many students are longing for more than a day break from classes.
After weeks of lobbying and campaigning, the results of the 2021 USC Undergraduate Student Government election are in: Alexis Areias and Lucy Warren will be the next president and vice president. This year, the election results also showed evidence of low voter turnout, and distrust in USG from some students.
USC students are under a lot of pressure and stress as it is. With lease renewal looming, some popular living complexes are contributing to the burden.
While some professors and students feel frustrated, others support the change due to concerns about privacy and racial bias.