At approximately 12:15 Monday morning, a shooting occurred that left one person injured on Raymond Avenue and Jefferson Boulevard, just west of the University Park Campus. Officer Rosario Herrera of the Los Angeles Police Department’s media relations office said the victim, a black male, was shot multiple times by a Hispanic suspect and transported to […]
USC has issued new sanctions on The Row after a string of hospital transports during what Student Affairs characterized as the “worst weekend of the semester.” According to a memo sent from Assistant Dean for Student Affairs Beth Saul and Associate Director for Fraternity and Sorority Leadership Development Ray Carlos and obtained by the Daily […]
Gates to campus were gradually closed to give fans a chance to return to their cars.
Students gathered in the Ronald Tutor Campus Center to discuss safety protocol.
UPDATE: Photos from the scene, courtesy of USC student Christopher James. Multiple USC students were detained after approximately 70+ Los Angeles Police Department officers responded to a noise complaint at a student party early Saturday morning on 23rd and Hoover streets, according to several student accounts. At approximately 2 a.m., the LAPD officers arrived at […]
A Fox 11 News in Los Angeles reporter said that “flocking” is increasing around campus.
Students were frightened by news of false shooting incident from a Trojans Alert message.
A possible shooting occurred Sunday at 1155 W. 24th St., though the incident appears to be an act of vandalism with a bb gun or a rock, said Dept. of Public Safety Capt. David Carlisle. The report of the shooting occurred at 7 p.m. by a USC graduate student who lived in the house. The […]
In response to security measures Dear USC community, The purpose of this letter is to oppose recent actions taken by the Office of the President: 1. Installation of fencing on north perimeter of University Park Campus 2. Failure to promptly notify the USC community of temporary fencing 3. Creation of after-hours access periods from 9 […]
Traditional outdoor events for student organizations will adjust to new security policies.