Chris Cheng, the new president of the Undergraduate Student Government, was sworn in by Max Heffesse, an outgoing member of USG’s judicial council, during Tuesday night’s Senate meeting. The outgoing administration, led by President Holden Slusher and Vice President Ashlie Chan, held its final Senate meeting Tuesday and then turned the floor over to the […]
Some students say they are excited, but others say they would have preferred different restaurants.
The poll aims to survey a significant number of swing voters to determine voter attitudes.
The money will be split evenly between Keck and Annenberg and will be used to fund scholarships.
Alexander Singer of the Thornton School of Music’s Percussion Ensemble performs in the Alfred Newman Recital Hall as part of the ensemble’s performance Monday evening. Directed by Erik Forrester, an associate professor at Thornton, the Percussion Ensemble uses a wide range of both standard and exotic percussion instruments.
A glitch that kept students from viewing book lists was fixed by officials Monday.
The university says it is constantly exploring ways to improve its advising program.
Some seniors say they are disappointed by USC’s choice for commencement speaker.
At least one Leventhal graduate per year is caught participating in illegal activity.
The new Seoul office is USC’s sixth international office and its fifth office to open in Asia.