Earth Week 2022 is here. USC kicked it off today by announcing sustainability goals under a new project called Assignment: Earth. President Folt announced new eco-friendly initiatives such as plans to install 200 clean-stream recycling stations. The next seven days around here will be filled with events to celebrate Earth Week. Patrick Warren has more on the story.
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.
An organizing committee says they were given financial aid packages just weeks before starting work. Some RAs now have holds from overdue bills.
Crucial delays left some people on campus in the dark about the threat.
One professor created a “research bubble” to analyze the events of the conference as they are happening in Glasgow, Scotland.
The decision to implement flexible grading was motivated by curbing student stress, according to Provost Charles Zukoski.
@UscFits, an Instagram account dedicated to showcasing student fashion, has amassed over 700 followers one month after launching.
According to DPS logs, five electric scooter-related accidents occurred in the month of September alone.
USC track and field alumni, donors and athletes gathered on campus the morning of Sept. 10 to celebrate the dedication of the brand-new Colich Track and Field Center.