If you registered for classes this semester, odds are you spent hours poring over Rate My Professors — a Yelp-like site for college courses where students air grievances, give praise, and everything in between for classes they’ve taken. Maybe you’ve posted a comment to commend an incredible professor or left a nasty comment for an instructor who left you questioning if you really need your college degree. Some comments even offer fashion suggestions.
Dr. Kyung Jung sent an email to students suggesting they consider switching out of his organic chemistry class. Soon after, the chemistry department said he wouldn’t be teaching the course.
The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) partnered with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), the nation’s leading energy research lab, and the University of Southern California, to model an entirely renewable-based grid and plan a clean energy future for all of LA’s diverse communities.
Some travelled, others stayed home doing their best to make the most of quarantine.
For USC professors, travel challenges differ depending on their individual citizenship status. Many don’t want to risk the prospect of infection from traveling, but for some, the U.S. maintains travel restrictions that legally ban them from getting aboard airplanes to return home.
Eco-friendly, deal-loving customers will be able to access leftover food from local restaurants at a discounted price thanks to Refresh L.A.
Members of the USC community express dissatisfaction with this move as no in-person concerts are happening.
Election Day was exactly one week ago...and between then and now, the nation has been wrapped in election news. On Saturday morning, Joe Biden was projected as the winner of the Presidential Election, while a runoff election in Georgia will determine the fate of the Senate in January. But that’s not all… Mimi Geller gives us an update on what has been happening ever since the ballots were cast last week.