Almost 20 years ago, when most of us were in our early infancies, Los Angeles was burning. The acquittal of the four Los Angeles Police Department officers involved in the beating of Rodney King sparked one of the most incendiary events in L.A. history. Violence riddled the landscape. It brought to the forefront many grievances […]
LAPD says hazard lights and inclement weather made the victims an easy target.
Two graduate students were fatally shot early Wednesday morning in a car in front of a residence on Raymond Avenue near 27th Street, according to Dept. of Public Safety Capt. David Carlisle. The Los Angeles Police Department responded to the scene, where one female, 23-year-old Ying Wu, and one male victim, 23-year-old Ming Qu, were transported […]
The Supreme Court’s recent decision contradicts one of our justice system’s most important tenants: innocent until proven guilty.
Counseling visits for mental health at USC has increased by 6,000 per year since 2003.
Some students woke up Sunday morning still shaken by the events of the previous night, during which an armed gunman wounded two USC students after a confrontation escalated at a party at West 37th Place and Catalina Street. But when most reached for their phones, there was no Trojans Alert to be found, no email […]
Three students were robbed within a span of 20 minutes off campus Monday night.
LAPD confirms a person was shot near 29th and Hoover Streets.
President C. L. Max Nikias said neighborhood will be secure for those who live west of campus.
Students can request free parking passes for the breaks beginning Nov. 17 with their USCard.