Donte Williams became USC’s first Black head coach after Clay Helton was fired on Sept. 13. Players, past and present reflect on what this means for them, the program and the university itself.
USC track and field alumni, donors and athletes gathered on campus the morning of Sept. 10 to celebrate the dedication of the brand-new Colich Track and Field Center.
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.
USC will allow out-of-state guests to attend it’s graduation ceremony for the classes of 2020 and 2021 if they are fully vaccinated, the University announced Tuesday.
USC offered admission on Tuesday to more than 8,804 students from across the world to begin in fall 2021. Selected from nearly 71,000 applicants, this group is one of the most diverse accepted classes in USC history.
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.
Netflix is set to release a docudrama retelling the college admissions scandal next week. The film, entitled “Operation Varsity Blues: The College Admissions Scandal,” will mix fact and fiction, re-enacting real life conversations between parents and mastermind William “Rick” Singer, played by Matthew Modine.
For many South Los Angeles residents, getting their shots has proved to be challenging due to the racial disparities in vaccine distribution. At Kedren Community Health Center, health officials said they have seen the racial inequities firsthand.
The Los Angeles Board of Education unanimously voted to cut one-third of LAUSD officers in schools and reallocate funding to support Black students on Feb. 16. The new plan, called the Black Student Achievement Plan, will create new resources for Black students’ education and safety.
Though Texas has specific problems with its electric grid, energy infrastructure in Los Angeles and beyond is “outdated,” according to USC environmental studies professor.
Some students said they were surprised that the position had not existed before and shared their expectations for USC’s diversity efforts.
Members of the USC community express dissatisfaction with this move as no in-person concerts are happening.