Ukraine will figure a lot on President Joe Biden’ State of the Union speech tomorrow evening. The annual address comes as the world seems increasingly chaotic. With foreign tensions and inflation rising, there’s a lot for Biden to talk about and also, his historic supreme court nomination. Nick Charles reports.
Larson may not have had the best car, but in a war of attrition, he didn’t need it.
NASCAR is back in California three weeks after the Clash at the Coliseum. If that was your first exposure to NASCAR, here are a few things to look out for this weekend.
In the race for Mayor of Los Angeles.... you can add a name familiar to the U-S-C community.... Rick Caruso has joined the fray.... Caruso is Chair of the Board of Trustees of U-S-C.... He’s also a wealthy shopping mall developer.... Nick Charles reports....
The Winter Olympics are under way in Beijing and athletes are under some new restrictions, mainly due to Covid. In this year of the pandemic, the Olympic games are not allowing families to travel with competitors, they’ve reduced the number of fans in the stadiums, and athletes are less able to go out and to explore their host country. Carter Hyde has the story.
NASCAR’s inaugural race at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum dazzled.
Sunday’s NASCAR race has a unique format — here’s what you need to know.
A new exhibit featuring contemporary Asian artists will be unveiled for the occasion.
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.
USC Village restaurants have pushed for this option since its opening in 2017.
As USC looks to return to college football dominance, it should seek the best coach rather than the most notable. Here are some of those candidates.
Despite the progress, Dean of Admission Timothy Brunold said there’s still ‘lots of work’ to be done.