After hours of protest and outbursts, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu decided to delay his judicial overhaul plan, to avoid “a civil war.”
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In front of Hecuba, women, men, students and Iranian community members stood and delivered speeches in solidarity with protesters in Iran, rallying together last Wednesday on November 30.
Students are signing a new petition that states that building a skate park would “provide a safe space for skaters and improve the wellbeing of students, faculty, staff, and local residents.”
Strikes continue across UCLA and UC campuses, ‘48,000 workers strong,’ according to workers.
With the popularity of mail-in ballots, races across California could take weeks to decide.
USC Student Affairs will host a series of events to honor the Native American community
USC Professor tracks Rick Caruso’s yacht daily on his Twitter
Urban Planning Is Not Boring! explores how urban planning policy has shaped America.
Students report getting scammed for USC Football tickets in group chats
With public health officials predicting a bad flu season, USC is offering students a first line of defense.
With Annenberg turning 50 years old this year, students and faculty reflect on the half-century anniversary and outlooks towards the future.
South Los Angeles is experiencing a heatwave reaching triple digit temperatures, putting USC and its students at risk of a power outage.