Seniors at USC Thornton School of Music perform for the last time at the long-established end-of-year showcase.
How the continued war has impacted one Ukrainian USC student
People rallied outside the streets of the Los Angeles City Hall in protest of the Iranian government’s human rights violations.
How USC students from the countries have been affected by the Kahramanmaras earthquake
Mike Garcia’s win in California’s 27th Congressional District will give the GOP majority in the House.
Spotify Wrapped, an annual cumulative analysis of users’ listening habits on Spotify, was released on Wednesday with new features to enhance the experience. Not only was the design concept changed with monogrammed designs being at the forefront, but there is the added element of users being assigned a listening personality.
The race to represent the 47th Congressional District of California between Katie Porter, the Democratic incumbent, and Scott Baugh, the Republican challenger, is tight and yet to be called.
The controversial Villanueva may face an end to his four-year tenure as Angelenos take to the polls on Nov. 8.
Elon Musk, who is expected to take ownership of Twitter Friday, sent a message to concerned advertisers on his social media Thursday. The tweet assures them that the platform will not become a “free-for-all hellscape,” a concern expressed by Twitter users and advertising firms alike—especially after Musk said that he would allow former President Donald Trump back on Twitter after he was banned following the insurrection on Jan. 6, 2021.
Students, faculty and South L.A. residents were shocked and disappointed by the congressmember’s remarks caught in a leaked audio recording.
A leaked audio recording Sunday involving multiple L.A. city council members raises questions about the future of City Hall.
After students returned to campus in fall 2021 for the first in-person semester since the coronavirus pandemic, crime levels increased as lockdowns and restrictions were lifted, according to the Department of Public Safety.
Food is central to Los Angeles and the free Lyft program, dubbed “fryft,” is essential to USC. Combining these two aspects—both of which are invariably prevalent in USC students’ lives—gives a peek into the restaurants that best cater to students and their unique needs.