21-year-old gold medalist Chloe Kim was added to Fortnite as a playable skin along with matching accessories, emotes and an online tournament named after her.
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.
Russian teams have been banned from many sports tournaments and the esports scene is following suit
As COVID positivity rates decrease in L.A. County, USC has lifted its indoor mask mandate. Today marks the first day that everyone can go without masks since the return to in-person classes in Fall 2021. Vani Sanganeria has the story.
The number of COVID cases has been dropping and local governments have been updating mandates and requirements as we head into month 26 of the pandemic. As Larry Ding reports, USC is also following this change on campus.
First USC Smash tournament of the year brings about a huge upset and victory from Marvelous_Marco
Professional Smash Melee player, Zain, wins in fundraiser tournament held by streamer Ludwig Ahgren
The past month marks the highest surge in inflation in forty years. Carter Hyde looks at some causes for this and some effects.
The transition from online to in-person learning and high staff turnover rates has overwhelmed advisors at students’ expense.
Dozens of faculty members assembled in front of Bovard Auditorium Friday afternoon to stand in solidarity with survivors and students struggling with the recent reports of sexual assault on campus.
USC Village restaurants have pushed for this option since its opening in 2017.
Despite a high number of visitors coming to campus, students raise little concern about COVID-19 infections.
Flu shot requirement from last fall continues this semester
Lack of a Zoom option in classrooms, physically inaccessible events and more make students with disabilities feel like they’re not being considered in the return to campus.