"Bros,” which is now available for online streaming, is literally the best gay movie ever.
Sophia Zaman joined Annenberg Radio News to discuss The Happy Hour, a student organization she founded which seeks to better the mental health, safety and well-being of USC students.
The Supreme Court has announced today that it will be taking on a freedom of speech case involving the refusal to serve gay couples. Matthew Andrade has more on the case.
Tensions continue to rise at the Russia and Ukraine border, as the entire world awaits the Kremlin’s next move. Though we all know this is going on, do we truly know what is happening and why this conflict exists? Co-director of European studies and USC professor in the department of politics and international relations Robert English broke down what the conflict is about.
February 9 is National Pizza Day, so what’s the pizza scene like in Los Angeles? We talked to Ben Mesirow, writer at the Los Angeles Times and the LAist, to find out.
This morning, the Motion Picture Academy released their nominations for the 94th Academy Awards taking place next month. Reporter Justin Heo spoke to USC students and professors about which nominations they are excited or surprised to see, which films they think were snubbed, and which are their picks to win. Fitz Cain has more on the story.
USC Chabad, USC Hillel and the USC Casden Institute hold special Hanukkah event with President Folt in attendance
USC students share their favorite parts of rivalry week against the UCLA Bruins
The event served as a precursor to the museum’s upcoming exhibit ‘Becoming Jane: The Evolution of Dr. Jane Goodall'
How the ‘act-like-a-man’ box contributes to violence against women
Advocates hope to increase screening after a decline induced by the pandemic which largely impacted women of color.
The start of the pandemic evaporated internship and job opportunities, but the market is returning to where it once was.
“We have an opportunity to learn what’s working and where we can improve,” Gina Whisenant, USC’s waste and recycling supervisor, said.
The quick return to in-person learning leads faculty and staff to air their grievances in statements and Instagram posts.
Long lines outside of testing facilities and glitches in daily symptom assessments plague the university’s COVID-19 safety policy.