Check out all the sustainability events happening around campus next week.
Amidst budget cuts and high post-pandemic production costs, the Concerts Committee, which hosts three student concerts a year, is “trying to get creative” to pull off their highly anticipated shows.
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The projects are part of USC President Carol Folt’s athletics “moonshots.”
The E and A lines will absorb the L line and 3 new stations will open on June 16.
Mateo Gutierrez, a junior majoring in journalism, shares his editing process and what motivates him as an editor.
Melisa Cabello-Cuahutle, a senior studying journalism, shares editing tips and her favorite parts of working at Annenberg Media.
Rachel Hallett, a M.S. journalism student, shares her goals for the future and tips for becoming an editor at Annenberg Media.
South Los Angeles is experiencing a heatwave reaching triple digit temperatures, putting USC and its students at risk of a power outage.
The altercation between USC students and some outside visitors prompted concerns about campus safety.
More than 500 writers, musicians, and artists will be on hand, as well as some notable celebrities.
This group brings record numbers of first-generation and POC students admitted to USC.
This incoming class of over 8,000 students set university records for diversity and number of first-generation students.
For the third time since last Wednesday, USC students joined custodial workers in urging Aramark to give its employees a larger wage increase ahead of Friday’s negotiations.
The Biden administration announced plans to increase the oil supply to combat rising gas prices caused by the Ukraine crisis