Jury finds Bolden guilty of murder


Javier Bolden, the man charged with the murders of two USC graduate students, was found guilty on all counts on Monday at the Clara Shortridge Foltz Criminal Justice Center in downtown Los Angeles. Bolden, 22, was one of two men arrested for the 2012 shootings of Ying Wu and Ming Qu, both 23-year-old engineering students […]

Just a taste


Members of Undergraduate Student Government’s Special Events Committee give students tickets for the vendors at Monday’s Taste of Downtown LA event on McCarthy Quad. The free event featured samples from various restaurants in Los Angeles.  

UPDATE: Former student Kevin Valero found


Former student Kevin Valero was reported to have been found alive at approximately 6 p.m. Sunday night, according to the administrators of a community Facebook page set up to find him.

Student group talks domestic violence


Motivate & Empower held its second THINK conversation of the semester at the Ronald Tutor Campus Center on Friday. The conversation, entitled “A Discussion on Violence: We Are All Role Models,” centered on the heavy impact domestic violence has on society and, specifically, how the issue affects individuals on USC’s campus. The conversation featured students […]

Halloween Reunion


Brittany Ko, a senior majoring in neuroscience, helps direct campers at Camp Kesem’s  reunion event for counselors and fellow campers on McCarthy Quad on Sunday. Camp Kesem aims to support children whose parents have been diagnosed with cancer.  

USC Volunteer Center to host Friends and Neighbors Day this weekend


This Saturday, Oct. 25, the USC Volunteer Center will host this month’s Friends and Neighbors Day event. This is the second event of the semester. Students who have not already signed up for Friends and Neighbors Day but want to participate can register on the day of the event. Volunteers can start arriving at the […]