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Eighteen more current and former students joined a class-action lawsuit against USC and former campus men’s sexual health doctor Dennis Kelly Thursday. A total of 50 men, most of whom identify as gay and bisexual, have come forward with allegations of sexual misconduct and gender discrimination against Kelly. In February, Kellogg & Van Aken LLP, […]
The Department of Public Safety and Los Angeles Police Department located a child who went missing Wednesday at the Health Sciences Campus. Saul Perez, a 13-year-old Hispanic boy, was found at the Greyhound Bus Station at 7th Street and Central Avenue, according to DPS Captain Edgar Palmer. Perez was reunited with his family and was found […]
USC lost its 19-game home winning streak at the hands of a 38-35 loss to the Sun Devils at the Coliseum Saturday afternoon.
Before Sunday’s game against Stanford, the Trojans were undefeated, posting a 9-0-1 record to start the season and winning six of those games by three or more goals.
After student reporters were asked to not report from inside of USC’s first public presidential search forum, Board of Trustees Chairman Rick Caruso issued an apology in a campus-wide statement Monday. Caruso said the Daily Trojan and Annenberg Media are welcome to report on and attend future presidential search forums.
The Board of Trustees has appointed a 23-person committee to aid in the selection of the University’s next president, Chair of the Board Rick Caruso announced Tuesday, raising concerns among student leaders about the lack of student representation.
The Class of 2022 was welcomed to USC, with interim president Wanda Austin addressing the University’s major changes following a series of scandals.
Nikias’ resignation comes after a tumultuous year at the University, leaving the campus community roiled by multiple scandals involving senior administration and faculty.