Daily COVID-19 cases rise gradually as students settle into the school year.
Powerful L.A. storms shut down USC Thornton School of Music.
Ahead of the second campaign round, USG candidates are exploring ways to enhance their connection to students.
Studies find that online shopping is dominating the marketplace this holiday season.
The free event gives students a chance to showcase their talents and latest works, regardless of their major, social status or financial constraints.
Many celebrities spoke out about politics ahead of the 2022 midterms. But will their voices have an impact on the electorate?
Soccer fans look forward to the World Cup every four years, but human rights violations in Qatar, the 2022 host country, threaten to steal the spotlight this year.
USC Student Affairs will host a series of events to honor the Native American community
Students discuss their plans for Halloween.
The new law will allow civilians to jaywalk when the risk of danger is low.
The new grant aims to increase access to law school for students from under-resourced backgrounds.
An additional suspect in the murder remains at large and is considered armed and dangerous
Two new restaurants are opening near or at USC, The Sammiche Shopp and a Dunkin'
The institute’s first ever press conference highlighted new research that could improve cybersecurity, reduce sex trafficking, and make you a stronger password.
The altercation between USC students and some outside visitors prompted concerns about campus safety.