DPS made the right decision to send out a prompt alert Monday night rather than wait.
An alleged shooting Monday night prompted USC to send out two Trojans Alerts.
Reports of a shooting on Monday night led the Dept. of Public Safety to send two Trojans Alerts to the USC community. One alerted students, faculty and staff to an alleged shooting near Exposition Boulevard, and the second said that early reports were unfounded and the area was safe. According to DPS Capt. David Carlisle, […]
Though an on-campus shooting last week prompted a slew of new safety measures, many high school seniors applying to USC are not more concerned about safety on the University Park Campus. USC Admissions did not respond to an immediate interview request, but the Frequently Asked Questions section address safety concerns by mentioning the Dept. of […]
The Dept. of Public Safety said issues include enforcing USC’s no drinking games policy, illegal food vendors and ticket scalping.
Dept. of Public Safety officers say they work to balance speed with accuracy in Trojans Alert.
Administrators answered questions from graduate students at a town hall on Tuesday.
In light of last week’s shooting, USC should implement a semi-closed campus policy.
Most students say they still feel safe on campus, but many parents are concerned about security.
Reporting from Wednesday night’s shooting indicates a need to be careful with breaking news online.