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Earth Week 2022 is here. USC kicked it off today by announcing sustainability goals under a new project called Assignment: Earth. President Folt announced new eco-friendly initiatives such as plans to install 200 clean-stream recycling stations. The next seven days around here will be filled with events to celebrate Earth Week. Patrick Warren has more on the story.
After long deliberation, USC’s former Von Kleinschmidt Center -- a central building on the main campus -- has a new name. Today USC held a dedication ceremony for the newly named Doctor Joseph Medicine Crow Center for International and Public Affairs. The honoree Dr. Joseph Medicine Crow, was the last war chief of the Apsaalooke or Crow tribe. He served in the United States Army in World War II.. and also received his master’s degree at USC in 1939 and an honorary doctorate in 2003. Patrick Warren has the story.
Nonprofit newsroom ProPublica was awarded the 2022 Seldon Ring Award for Investigative Reporting by the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism. The organization won for their project called "The Secret FBI Files," a series of articles exposing the loopholes exploited by America's billionaires to avoid paying large sums of taxes. While the ultra-wealthy can evade taxes with little difficulty, reporting on their tactics comes with little ease. Here's Sophia Pelaez with the story.
California college student organizations pair up to run successful GivingTuesday fundraiser
How a rec center jam band worked their way into the USC music scene
Glenn Youngkin won a tightly contested race that could raise concerns for Democrats come 2022.
USG Chief of Staff says USC administration’s response to sexual assault allegations is ‘not enough.’
Cost, distance, and the impending fall break keep some parents from visiting for the weekend
The restrictions, which were in place for the past year and a half, prevented many students from traveling home to see their families.
Newsom handily defeated his competitors, with a projected 67.5% of Californians voting no on a recall.
Endless lines and an unpredictable Campus Dining App leave students sacrificing regular meals to make it to class on-time.