Far less people turned out for the celebration amid the coronavirus pandemic.
USC student Hajah Bah was accused of messaging profanities to former deputy assistant to Donald Trump, which he then posted.
Sunrise Movement LA expresses concern about a possible Larry Elder win.
Participants compete at the Malibu Chili Cook-Off's 2nd Annual Johnny Strange Legacy Skate Competition. The event, hosted in partnership with the Malibu Boys and Girls Club, was established in memory of USC alumnus Johnny Strange.
From heartbreaking calls with family to exploring evacuation options, Afghan students are experiencing the start of a semester like no other.
The deadline for USC students to register classes as Pass/No Pass is Sept. 10
Thomas J. Barrack Jr. was elected to the USC Board of Trustees in 2012.
Grace Diner feeds nearly 1,000 people weekly, but funds are running out.
Errin Haines, editor-at-large of The 19th, facilitated a virtual conversation between USC alumna, U.S. Rep. Karen Bass (D-Calif.), and civil rights activist Alicia Garza on June 17 about the future of Black Lives Matter.
The university will have its first in-person classes since Spring 2020 this week.
The lawsuit accuses C.W. Park of targeting female students of Korean descent.
Akm Alam, owner of Quik-Pix Photo Lab, reflects on the decades he has spent preserving memories for the USC community.
As vaccination numbers rise across Los Angeles, LA Metro is looking to incentivize its regular and returning riders with improvements to its bus and rail system.
International students faced unique challenges during the pandemic, such as taking class in a different time zone and various levels of isolation.
“We are in the midst of a truly significant transition among our School of Journalism faculty,” said Gordon Stables, director of the journalism school.