After a five-year investigation into USC’s Title IX policies and procedures, the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights has concluded its review.
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The professor traveled through rural America to learn more about the residents and their stories firsthand.
The professor argues that the perceived lack of qualified minority journalist applicants is an inaccurate defense for the lack of diversity in American newsrooms.
Siddhartha Mukherjee, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Emperor of all Maladies: A Biography of Cancer will be the 2018 commencement speaker, USC announced on Thursday.
Riding a six-game winning streak into the weekend, the Trojans will take on the Bruins this Saturday on the road.
After a disappointing Cotton Bowl loss, one pressing question was left in the minds of Trojan fans: What will happen to Sam Darnold?
Episode 4: Bae of Pigs Hey Poppers! Buck Andrews and Sarah Kassel are back after a two-week hiatus and talking communism through the lens of Cuban hottie Camila Cabello’s new track “Havana.” Is Camila Cabello in cahoots with the deceased Fidel Castro? Is Fifth Harmony part of a secret plot to infiltrate the U.S. government … […]
The letter stated that faculty members were never notified that Guerrero had been sanctioned for the harassment allegations.
Episode 3: Saving Private Hoodie Allen They say 18 is a magic number. In this week’s installment of Pop is So Deep, Buck and Kassel go #AllAmerican to discuss Hoodie Allen’s new song “Ain’t Ready” off his 3rd studio album The Hype. Buck, Kassel and Theory Boy discover that Hoodie is a power bottoming, troop supporting, Wharton going, […]