This year’s USG presidential debate was anything but normal, with two write-in candidates shaking up a race that became uncontested after the other ticket withdrew. This story aims to clarify and fact-check some of the statements that candidates made during the debate for the benefit of the community as the undergraduate student body casts their ballots.
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The deadline for USC students to register classes as Pass/No Pass is Sept. 10
President Carol Folt's second State of the University address celebrated various accomplishments and explained challenges in the USC community over the past year.
Spring commencement will be held in person.
DPS Assistant Chief Deputy David Carlisle said students may have noticed an increase in “high profile” crime alerts around campus, which likely caused the perception of increased crime rates.
USC selects Christopher Manning as its first Chief Inclusion and Diversity Officer.
South LA food and housing insecurity figures reflect a dire need for conscious, compassionate mutual aid efforts.
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Don “Campbellock” Campbell, creator of the dance “the lock,” dies at 69.
As USC transitions to online and remote courses, religious groups on campus also moved their discussion groups and events online to build a supportive community amid a divided period.
Some students are frustrated with their off-campus apartments, as their manager are still asking them to pay rent despite no longer living in the apartment.
USC said it will pay for students' travel fees for those returning from study abroad locations due to the coronavirus, but it not sure if it will reimburse students for the tuition they paid abroad.
The university hopes this new initiative will reduce food waste on campus.