As the first fully in-person school year since 2019 concludes, students reflect on the hardships that the COVID-19 pandemic has caused.
Monday marked the first day of National Eating Disorders Awareness week – an annual campaign "to educate the public about the realities of eating disorders."
The word game Wordle is taking the internet by storm. The New York Times recently purchased Wordle, making users question what the game’s future might look like.
Tensions are continuing to rise between Russia and Ukraine, after U.S. and Russian diplomats contended over the situation at the U.N.
Users are enjoying their ‘audio aura’ evaluation and other new additions to Spotify Wrapped
Producer Kenny Beats will accompany other acts including the USC Song Girls, The Trojan Marching Band, Break Through Hip Hop and more at the concert.
An event Friday will allow students to purchase snack packs with their unused meal swipes and donate them to a local food bank.
The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum will transform to host a NASCAR exhibition race for the first time in February, but fans aren’t sure about the competition’s location.
After a year and a half of Zoom theater, the School of Dramatic Arts is tackling in-person rehearsals and performances with new COVID-19 testing protocols.
Between campus, county and California restrictions, graduation photos have turned from another "to-do" into another kind of experience.
Out-of-state and international students are allowed to attend in-person commencement ceremonies, but guests residing outside of California are not. Previously, only students currently residing in California were permitted to attend
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.
When USC closed its doors in March 2020, many students assumed they would return to campus after spring break, never imagining that campus would be closed for more than a year. For some students, the upcoming fall semester will mark their first time on campus
The arrest of a UCLA student comes at a pivotal time for our country, as domestic extremism is posing an increased threat. The riots at the Capitol have been linked to white supremacist and extremist groups, with the Department of Homeland Security warning that these people pose a rising threat.
As students slowly begin returning to campus, most small businesses are looking to rebound, but for at least one shop, there is no need. While most small businesses have suffered over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, the bicycle business has experienced the opposite effect.