One professor created a “research bubble” to analyze the events of the conference as they are happening in Glasgow, Scotland.
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.
The decision to implement flexible grading was motivated by curbing student stress, according to Provost Charles Zukoski.
Air pollution; an issue that the people of Los Angeles are no stranger to. It has become a concept normalized through the increased concentration of people and their cars as well as the growth of industry in the area. But what specific health effects might this have? One such possibility is its connection to Alzheimer’s disease and memory loss. Annenberg Media’s Ethan Huang has the story.
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, stable child care organizations have been an elusive find for parents all across the US. USC Graduate students with children likewise have experienced woes in trying to find a program that makes sense for them. Sam Reno has the story.
Taiwanese National Day honors service members and allows students to reconnect with others who identify as Taiwanese.
As the social networks remain offline, students and experts share how the outage has affected our ability to communicate.
Despite the progress, Dean of Admission Timothy Brunold said there’s still ‘lots of work’ to be done.
Recently, a USC student was involved in a serious accident while riding a Lime scooter. We spoke to students about the safety of these electric scooters and whether they will continue to trust them for their daily commute. Sam Reno has more.
Flu shot requirement from last fall continues this semester
In light of National Recovery Month, we reached out to members of our community who have insights on drug abuse and overdose prevention.
The absence of ballot drop-off boxes on campus created a different atmosphere for students voting in Tuesday’s recall compared to the 2020 presidential election.
On-campus tailgating will be allowed at 25 percent capacity, while students are excited yet wary of the shifting COVID restrictions.
As students prepare to return to campus for the fall 2021 semester, USG department funding allocations across the board will too return to normal. “This year we will revert our budget back to what it looks like in previous years,” Chief Financial Officer Adenike Makinde said.
The Undergraduate Student Government passed a kosher dining resolution calling for an “equitable” kosher meal plan to be made available for Jewish students at the USG meeting this Tuesday evening. The resolution calls for USC Residential Dining to work with campus partners and Jewish affiliates to set up a kosher kitchen by August 2021.