In the wake of Astroworld Festival, high-attendance events are facing more scrutiny
An event Friday will allow students to purchase snack packs with their unused meal swipes and donate them to a local food bank.
One professor created a “research bubble” to analyze the events of the conference as they are happening in Glasgow, Scotland.
USC's chief health officer Dr. Sarah Van Orman said as of Tuesday, 35% of undergraduate students have received their shots.
Updated Los Angeles County Public Health guidelines require proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test within three days of a large outdoor event.
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.
A student body once devastated by the local bar’s closure is eager to welcome back the local hotspot.
Problems with overcrowding, mask-wearing, outdoor space and technical difficulties have made the fall semester less than ideal.
On-campus tailgating will be allowed at 25 percent capacity, while students are excited yet wary of the shifting COVID restrictions.