Former USC football player’s suit against doctor may be postponed


On April 2, a judge stated that the trial of Armond Armstead, a former USC defensive football player, may be pushed back to next year. Armstead claims that team doctors gave him medications that led to a heart attack and hurt his chances as an NFL player. Currently, the trial is set for June 23, but […]

Roundup


The following incidents were reported in the USC Department of Public Safety incident report summary between Tuesday, April 1, and Wednesday, April 2.  Crimes against a person at 4:49 A.m. on April 1, DPS officers responded to gun shots being fired at 2375 Scarff St. and at the location found a non-USC male with three […]

Shakespeare in song


Leo Xia, a freshman majoring in mechanical engineering, sings and plays his guitar during Academic Culture Assembly’s Shakespeare in the Park event, which took place on Thursday in Alumni Park. A part of USC Performing Arts Committee’s Arts Week, the event allowed students to watch their peers perform and sing a variety of songs.  

Roundup


The following incidents were reported in the USC Department of Public Safety incident report summary between Tuesday, April 1, and Wednesday, April 2.  Crimes against a person At 4:49 P.M. on April 1, DPS responded to reports of shots being fired near 2375 Scarff St. A non-USC male was found with gunshot wounds. A LAFD […]

A stand for worker safety


The USC Student Coalition Against Labor Exploitation hosted Aklima Khanam (left), a survivor of the Raza Plaza factory collapse, and Aleya Akter (right), the general secretary of the Bangladesh Garment and Industrial Workers Federation. Both Khanam and Akter shared their stories with students during Wednesday’s event in Taper Hall.