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Students suggested ways for fellow Muslims to celebrate the month-long holiday during a time of isolation and academic stress.
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Dr. Sarah Banet-Weiser will become the first professor to work between the USC and UPenn in this capacity. Her efforts, she said, will be spent thinking about the ways she “can connect and or facilitate connections between faculty and students” at both institutions.
Some said the indoor studying spaces helped them feel more productive and hopeful about an eventual return to campus.
Called “Spread Care, Not COVID,” the campaign uses positivity and creative messaging to emphasize social responsibility to fellow students.
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.
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.
Local activist group USC Forward led a car caravan through the University Park neighborhood to push for the reallocation of DPS funds amid increased debate over what the future of student safety should look like.
While the state suggests schools can reopen without vaccines, school districts and teachers worry that there are other unaddressed issues to consider when reopening.