Panelists discussed the University’s responsibilities to help students affected by recent White House actions on immigration.
Expert Mark Ridley-Thomas explained recent legislation addressing poverty issue.
Muslim students spoke about the effects that President Donald Trump’s executive order has had on their lives.
David Cameron spoke about the importance of global collaboration during a time of deep political division.
Students from the NASU and the College Republicans remark on the pipeline.
The speakers said that finance accountability in political candidate campaigns leads to higher voter turnout.
Experts analyzed the impact the president will have on people in middle America.
The USC Special Collections Library is archiving posters from the Women’s March in downtown Los Angeles.
A memorandum from Provost Michael Quick reiterated USC’s status as a global university, and pledged the support of the administration and staff for international students affected by the executive order.
The panelists talked about how their backgrounds affected their leadership.