Following USC’s transition to online learning in March 2020, students have been unable to participate in in-person classes and activities. This led both new and returning students to reevaluate how they make and maintain their friendships.
The Joint Educational Project program, which is built for hands-on experience, has shifted online.
As a high-profile vote approaches, experts and drivers weigh in on Proposition 22
Candidates discuss COVID-19, climate change and the countdown to election day.
USC students and professors reflect on the power of social media and the spread of misinformation after yesterday’s system error.
A new community fridge organized by the USC Community and Health Involvement Project (CHIP) aims to provide free access to essential food items for local residents facing food shortages.
According to White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, President Trump is exhibiting only “mild symptoms,” limited to a fever, nasal congestion and a cough.
Local community fridges bring residents together with food and donations of other necessities for mutual support.
Although data shows cases in California are decreasing, USC Health officials are concerned Labor Day weekend gatherings may aggravate COVID-19 cases.