USC Admission Center extends deadline for students affected by fires

The USC community has been dealing with the effects of severe wildfires since last Thursday.

Marshall professor writes book on start-ups

Since Tuesday, Wasserman has been traveling the West Coast on a book tour, speaking with founders, CEOs and executives about his research and tips for building a successful company.

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What do rising sexual assault rates mean for USC?

Students must take action to combat the rising trend of harmful behaviors.

Campus diversity initiatives lose momentum

One year later, the Campus Climate Resolution resulted in discussion, but not action.

Event tackles use of racial slur against two USC students

Shortly after Donald Trump became President-elect, two USC students faced racial harassment on campus.

Inclusion narrows achievement gap

A positive campus climate can do much for marginalized students.

#TogetherUSC promotes campus diversity

Tuesday’s event featured a flash mob by Department of Public Safety officers who helped to plan the festivities.
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Incident in Cardinal Gardens not a hate crime, LAPD says

The incident will be handled by the Office of Student Judicial Affairs and Community Standards.
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Third campus climate forum focuses on cultural resource centers

Increased resources for cultural resource centers was part of the Campus Climate Resolution passed by the Undergraduate and Graduate Student Governments last semester.

LAPD investigating racist incident in USC Housing

Ivan Tsang had eggs and racial slurs hurled at him by another student on Sunday.

Frustrations linger despite campus climate reform efforts

Students are still calling for a Vice President of Diversity and expanded Title IX office.

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Alex Kikuchi, a senior majoring in jazz studies, plays a solo on the alto saxophone in the song “Cheeks” as part of a jazz recital held at the Alfred Newman Recital Hall on Wednesday. Kikuchi is part of the Thornton Concert Jazz Orchestra. The group performed both jazz standards and new compositions. Another jazz group […]

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Lara Johnston (left) and Peter Johnson, both freshmen majoring in pop music, perform at Ground Zero’s open mic night competition on Monday. Monday marked the third and final night of the open mic night competition. One winner was chosen each night, and the winners will perform at  a benefit concert with a headlining band.