People in the 15th District have varying priorities.
As Texans cast ballots early, candidates work to get out the vote in competitive congressional primary.
The re-extended ‘Fryft’ hours causes confusion as some students are charged for rides.
It’s the Monday after fall break, and some students are returning to their dorms after a long weekend away. It’s also the first day these on-campus residents can guest in students from other buildings—or at least they can do this officially now. Kennedy Zak has the story.
2025: a year that seems way in the future, but somehow it’s a benchmark that’s already breaking barriers for USC. The class of 2025, also known as the current freshman class, is the most diverse group of students this campus has ever seen.
In light of National Recovery Month, we reached out to members of our community who have insights on drug abuse and overdose prevention.
Bob Ray Sanders, a Hall of Fame for the National Association of Black Journalists in 2018 nominee, recounts his experiences in white-dominated newsrooms.
Druhora is a part-time lecturer of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Viterbi who not only taught the class, but also wrote, directed and produced “Lives, Not Grades.” The film is a collaboration between the Viterbi School of Engineering and the United Engineering Foundation, and is the third documentary he has completed in the last two decades.
Students are concerned over returning to campus in person for the Fall semester.
Tenured English Professor Carol Muske-Dukes filed a writ petition on Feb. 16 against USC on the grounds of an alleged due process violation after a suspension handed down by the University.
Los Angeles County is moving forward with wider reopenings this week, including those for indoor restaurants, gyms, movie theaters and other businesses, but international students still face hurdles as they prepare their return to campus.
DPS Assistant Chief Deputy David Carlisle said students may have noticed an increase in “high profile” crime alerts around campus, which likely caused the perception of increased crime rates.
Stadiums used to be filled with lively crowds of cheering fans — now the stands are filled with cardboard.. The Los Angeles Dodger Foundation raised $1.9 million dollars from fans purchasing cutouts last season and the recent Super Bowl LV had 30,000 cardboard fans to create the illusion of a full crowd.