The annual ritual results in multiple students being transported for lacerations and intoxication.
Students order food from the Gravy Truck in Alumni Park on Thursday as part of the annual “USC Food Truck War,” hosted by the USC Interfraternity and Panhellenic Council. The proceeds from the event, which lasted from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., benefit Troy Camp.
Teenagers and young adults participate in a workshop in Alumni Park on Saturday as part of the Models of Pride conference, an event that focuses on creating a positive environment for hundreds of LGBTQ youth to discuss issues such as dating, sexual health and cultural issues and to mingle with their peers.
Michael Nishida, a junior majoring in economics, does homework underneath a tree in Alumni Park on Wednesday. The T-shirts hanging under the trees are part of USC’s Take Back the Night, a weeklong initiative dedicated to promoting awareness about sexual violence and to empower men and women to feel safe.
Journalist Christiane Amanpour will address USC’s graduating class as the 2012 commencement speaker on May 11, the Daily Trojan has learned. The speech will take place in Alumni Park. [Click here for an updated version of the article.] Currently, Amanpour serves as the chief international correspondent for CNN International and as the global affairs anchor for […]
This morning, members of the Clothesline Project at USC hung up T-shirts around Alumni Park decorated by survivors of sexual violence and the people who support them. Each color shirt represents a different form of sexual violence: grey represents gang rape; light blue and green are child abuse and incest; dark blue is for supporters […]
The president addressed 37,500 people at Alumni Park on Friday.
Though some protests took place, students said hearing the president speak was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.