Thousands of people gathered at vigils and services following the recent Hamas attack against Israel.
The university's check-out extension policy is not clear to those living in university housing.
Co-owner Jacqueline Canter opens up about what it takes to keep the famed Jewish deli in business.
As the cost of living in California continues to rise, workers struggle to make ends meet.
As the daughter of immigrant parents, USG President-elect Divya Jakadtar says her road to the university’s most elite leadership position was a struggle.
Andrew T. Guzman prepares to step into the new role after serving as dean of the USC Gould School of Law.
In November 2022, voters elected the USC sophomore to the Culver City School Board. His rise to office reflects lifetime challenge of finding his voice.
Accepted and rejected high school students open up about the college admissions process, as the Class of 2027 break University records.
USG President Hannah Woodworth acknowledged a complaint has been filed, as members split over the culture of the organization.
USC celebrates Women’s History Month by hosting events all month long, including music festivals, conferences, workshops and more.
Wednesday’s sentencing of Eric Holder Jr. sheds light on the rapper’s legacy in L.A.
Catalytic converter crimes are on the rise nationwide. Here’s why Southern California’s a “hotbed” for theft.
Student body president and vice president candidates will debate campus issues at Wallis Annenberg Hall Thursday night.
With highs in the 70s this week, for Californians, spring has sprung.
More than a hundred fliers circulated around Isla Vista, spreading lies about Jewish people and denying the Holocaust.