Students with the privilege of safely attending U.S. colleges without fear of deportation must advocate for their peers.
Muslim students spoke about the effects that President Donald Trump’s executive order has had on their lives.
Following the election of President Donald Trump, USC has seen an uncharacteristic rise in student activism.
Students from the NASU and the College Republicans remark on the pipeline.
Experts analyzed the impact the president will have on people in middle America.
A memorandum from Provost Michael Quick reiterated USC’s status as a global university, and pledged the support of the administration and staff for international students affected by the executive order.
Panelists analyzed the effects of President Donald Trump’s stances on foreign policy.
Panelists analyzed Donald Trump's speech, delivered after he was sworn in as 45th president.
Faculty and students organized to advocate for justice and tolerance toward minorities.
After a divisive election cycle, conservatives on campus are struggling to find political and social acceptance.