The Von KleinSmid Center for International Relations stands tall with its distinct globed tower high above campus. Under the structure’s grand arches, more than 100 international flags drape over its walkways, representing the home countries of international students at the University. The image of the building — emblematic of the University itself — is one […]
The USC campus is at its best. The shrubs are manicured, the unblemished cardinal and gold flowers line the planters of Alumni Park, and thousands of white folding chairs line the grass outside Doheny Memorial Library. It’s showtime. A sea of black gowns flood into the ceremony. Underneath the caps are mostly faces freshly into […]
The Warrior-Scholar Project returns for its third year at USC to provide a week-long academic training and guidance for veterans of the United States Armed Forces. Dubbed a “boot camp” by the Los Angeles Times, the program is intense, filled with rigorous lectures and discussions. When asked what sets the Warrior-Scholar Project apart from other […]
Affordability remains at the forefront of administration efforts.
After a divisive election cycle, conservatives on campus are struggling to find political and social acceptance.
Undocumented students at USC struggle to find support and community amid nationwide tension over immigration.
In response to criticism for lack of diversity, the Greek community is working to battle the image of exclusivity.
Multicultural fraternities provide home for minorities, but are often overlooked in the Greek community.
One year later, the Campus Climate Resolution resulted in discussion, but not action.
Coming out on a sports team has never been easy, but USC has proven to be a safe space for the LGBT community. These athletes now seek to jump past mere acceptance toward appreciation.