Following protests on campus earlier in the day, student leaders and key authors of the campus climate resolution passed by the Undergraduate Student Government on Tuesday met with Vice President for Student Affairs Ainsley Carry and Provost Michael Quick at an open forum Thursday evening in the United University Church. “I’m the highest ranking academic […]
The demonstration followed recent racist incidents at the University of Missouri.
An unprecedented attempt to connect with students followed USC’s Mizzou protest.
Finally, diversity proponents have won. We can’t let this momentum go to waste.
USC News Diversity Delay: The USG Senate met Tuesday to vote on the campus climate resolution presented a week ago. The meeting didn’t quite go as planned. Large crowds packed into the small room to watch the discussion heat up among the USG leaders. The plan has become a big issue for student assemblies all […]
In an effort to increase the number of minority storytellers in the entertainment industry, USC announced yesterday that the George Lucas Family Foundation will apportion $10 million from a previous donation to fund the education and recruitment of black and Hispanic students. “This gift will nurture the next generation of artists, supporting scholarships that enhance […]
In presenting its resolution on campus climate reform this past Tuesday, the Undergraduate Student Government provided a much-needed structural answer for overt racial discrimination present on campus. Moreover, the Daily Trojan editorial board is pleased to see that its recommendation to include a vice president for equity, diversity and inclusion is included in the resolution […]
The resolution calls on the administration to implement a series of reforms to make the campus climate more inclusive.
The university boasts strong connections with its surrounding neighborhoods.
Admissions rates increased this year from 18 percent in 2012 to 19.7 percent in 2013.