The new addition focuses on how schools can help students deal with crises.
The Pasadena-based chain will offer three hot dogs unique to the Coliseum.
The device on Catalina Island and in Parkside Gardens will collectively produce 3,700 plants and 80 pounds of fish.
The janitor’s union is asking USC to support them during negotiations with their subcontractor, Aramark.
The school is currently looking for students to serve on the inaugural electoral board.
Renovations to the library include new carpeting, paint and furniture.
The additional staff will increase mental health resources for students.
Groups are encouraging behavioral changes on campus to fight waste.
The Curries’ donation will go toward other USC building projects as well.
USC will be one of the first locations for the Metro Transit Association’s $11 million bike sharing program with Bicycle Transit Systems for Los Angeles. The program will begin in Spring 2016 with 65 bike sharing stations. In downtown Los Angeles alone, there will be more than 1,000 bicycles, and Metro plans to expand the […]