USC student Hajah Bah was accused of messaging profanities to former deputy assistant to Donald Trump, which he then posted.
Newsom handily defeated his competitors, with a projected 67.5% of Californians voting no on a recall.
Gov. Gavin Newsom is at risk of being removed from office and Republican candidates are leading the polls to replace him if he is recalled.
Sunrise Movement LA expresses concern about a possible Larry Elder win.
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.
Tomorrow marks President Biden’s first 100 days in the Oval Office – the time-honored, yet somewhat arbitrary, milestone the public seizes as an opportune time to scrutinize every aspect of a new president’s performance so far. So, in keeping with tradition, it’s time to analyze how the President is addressing the unique challenges college-aged students in America face today.
After four years of an animal-free White House, Major Biden sparks joy, and pain, to Biden’s staff and beyond.
Biden struggles to deal with immigration in his first 100 days, drawing criticism from many.
The Burmese USC student organization invited a U.S./Myanmar relations expert to answer questions about the situation since the military coup.
The American Rescue plan brings more spending from Biden, and more approval from the ranks.
The new Undergraduate Student Government president, vice president, senators and cabinet were sworn in during the USG meeting on April 6. Senators also passed a series of resolutions and amendments that touched upon mental health, sustainability, and campus religious and social life.
As we pass the halfway mark to President Joe Biden’s first 100 days in office, it’s time to reflect on some of his defining moments so far.
In an effort to create a more equitable career field, two USC alumna have created an organization that gives women more opportunities for political involvement.
Many Americans can now expect a $1,4000 check. For some, the aid might not be enough.
President Biden and VP Harris continue to set records as they roll in a younger, more diverse selection of cabinet appointees.