Trojan Knights and USC Helenes held their annual “Swab to Save a Life” bone marrow drive Monday at Tommy Trojan. This year’s event, which adds students to the national Bone Marrow Registry that matches potential donors with victims of Blood Cancer and other diseases, added 215 new people to the registry.
Thirty-six percent of the outgoing senior class voted for the fund through online ballots and a voting table at Grad Fest.
Michael Escoto spoke about his experience in political campaigns to students.
The USC chapter of the World is Just a Book Away raised funds to build libraries for underprivileged children in Indonesia, Mexico and Los Angeles at its sixth-annual 5K run on Saturday.
Student volunteers organized games and activities for kids from elementary schools in the Los Angeles community.
The third annual USC Auto Show, hosted by the USC Auto Club, took place Sunday afternoon along Trousdale Parkway. The event, which was free and open to the public, featured both sports cars and classic cars from students and alumni from car makers such as Lamborghini, Bugatti, Ferrari, Mercedes, BMW, Aston-Martin and Audi.
Zeta Phi Rho tried to make the most sandwiches ever in one minute, donating the completed sandwiches to Skid Row.
Nearly 2,200 students, teachers and parents from across 28 schools attended.
More than 25 organizations participated and said what wellness means to them.
The media mogul visited campus on Wednesday to talk about her new book.