State law enacts new standards of consent

On Sunday, Gov. Jerry Brown signed a “yes means yes” bill into law — the first in the nation to define when and how sexual activity can be consented to in colleges and universities throughout the state. The law is the first in the nation to legislate affirmative consent, meaning that parties to sexual activity […]

Tough Questions

The Institute for Armenian Studies hosted a discussion on Monday called “A Middle East with No Minorities,” featuring Dr. Paul Haidostian, president of Haigazian University in Beirut. The discussion focused on the impact of conflict in the Middle East on minorities.  

Freshman swimmer beats the odds

Ian Silverman, who was born with cerebral palsy, brings his talents to USC’s men’s swimming team.

USC Security Roundup

The following incidents were reported in the USC Dept. of Public Safety incident report summary between Wednesday, Sept. 24, and Thursday, Sept. 25.  Crimes against property At 8:13 a.m. on Sept. 24, a student reported being approached by a suspect from behind when she was walking near 29th Street and Orchard Avenue. The suspect attempted […]

Making Connections

Students posed for a photo at the USC Marshall Consulting and Strategy Fall Career Night Thursday at Town and Gown. The event was hosted by the Marshall Consulting and Strategy Club. The club hopes to provide its members with access to opportunities in the consulting field.