Students are still calling for a Vice President of Diversity and expanded Title IX office.
The conference included speeches, workshops and a screening of a documentary.
Students networked and competed with other universities in order to showcase their talents in value investing.
The creators of the Peabody-award-winning podcast Serial spoke to students Friday evening in Bovard Auditorium.
One poster was a statement in support of faculty unionization at Roski, and the other was a list of the students’ proposals for increased studio space and art equipment.
This event is part of Take Back the Night, a series sponsored by the Women’s Student Assembly.
Sports, science and games are three fields often considered to be “boys’ clubs,” but not at USC, where the gender split in the game design program is equal.
The USC Women’s Student Assembly is hosting and event which discusses sexual violence. It is striving to increase sexual assault awarness as well.
The HBCU exchange program not only allows students a unique experience outside of Southern California, but also gives them a better sense of belonging.
The annual event hopes to bridge the gap between the University and students in the surrounding community.