Student Affairs updated its FAQ to state that the university cannot enforce event safety
The altercation between USC students and some outside visitors prompted concerns about campus safety.
Chris Sutherland became a recognizable USC figure following his social media stardom. But he’s stepping away from traditional academia, calling it “fatally flawed.”
USC School of Dramatic Arts will be hosting their shows in the Spring online due to the limitations of the pandemic.
The Burmese USC student organization invited a U.S./Myanmar relations expert to answer questions about the situation since the military coup.
She claims she faced a hostile work environment where she was discriminated against for being a Black woman.
The panel event focused on how local governments and universities can work together and separately to address the effects of climate change in their communities.
Despite efforts from the university’s administration to deter student travel, an increase in positive cases brought on by travel to popular spring break locations might call into question the effectiveness of wellness days.
Many Americans can now expect a $1,4000 check. For some, the aid might not be enough.
Despite the CDC loosening restrictions for vaccinated individuals, USC’s Chief Health Officer Dr. Sarah Van Orman says Trojan Check will remain in place.
A limited supply of doses at USC Student Health has sent many student workers elsewhere in Los Angeles County and beyond to get the shot. Experts encouraged student workers to get vaccinated as soon as possible.
Guests can now visit USC Bookstores for the first time since March.
The arrest of a UCLA student comes at a pivotal time for our country, as domestic extremism is posing an increased threat. The riots at the Capitol have been linked to white supremacist and extremist groups, with the Department of Homeland Security warning that these people pose a rising threat.
Burmese students living in the country face political tension, WiFi cutoffs, and lack of mental health resources in the midst of an already-challenging semester.
Members of the USC community express dissatisfaction with this move as no in-person concerts are happening.