The Undergraduate Student Government released a statement Thursday addressing a tent structure resembling a teepee that was originally set up at McCarthy Quad. Some students found it culturally insensitive.
The festival presented puzzles that explored a variety of branches of mathematics.
Some students want to change the name to increase inclusivity.
Chuck Todd spoke about the Trump administration and the future of political journalism.
The project was started as part of the Iovine and Young Disruptive Innovation course.
Spotlight On Hope held workshops for patients to produce animations.
The resolution calls for further action from the University for sustainability.
Student allies joined custodians to protest unfair wages and advocate for affordable health care from Aramark.
In addition to the Advocate Care Program, USC Mobile Clinic also runs the Shelter Days program, where students bring in board games and hygiene kits — including toiletries such as shampoo, deodorant and feminine products — to shelters.
Speakers focused on different aspects of science in the community, including the role of science in policy-making, science as a tool to reduce gun violence and the idea that “we are all scientists.”