For many LGBTQ+ youth, their house is not a home. At school, many are given more of an opportunity to openly be themselves. But legislation like Florida's "Parental Rights in Education" bill threatens to take away this second home.
The year was 1941, Japan had just bombed Pearl Harbor. President Franklin Roosevelt issued an Executive Order requiring the internment of approximately one hundred and twenty thousand Japanese Americans living on the West Coast. Among them were about one hundred and twenty Japanese American students studying at USC. They were denied their education and forced to leave for the camps. 81 years later this past Friday USC gave late recognition to those students and awarded them honorary degrees. Jocelyn Stone reports.
The 94th Academy Awards aired last night. Although many incredible films were praised, such as CODA, we can’t forget about Will Smith smacking Chris Rock in the face. Jocelyn Stone reports.
The graphic novel “Aztec Warrior God” is holding a contest looking for part-time artists and writers in the SoCal area to join their team.
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The flag has garnered attention across campus from people who see it as ‘insensitive.’
Across the country, politicians like Michelle Wu of Boston and Ed Gainey of Pittsburgh became the first people of color elected to their respective roles.
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Taiwanese National Day honors service members and allows students to reconnect with others who identify as Taiwanese.
“We have an opportunity to learn what’s working and where we can improve,” Gina Whisenant, USC’s waste and recycling supervisor, said.
With more students entering campus for the first time, there was a higher demand for on-campus housing.