The event was hosted by the USC LGBT Resource Center and El Centro Chicano.
Annual event provides academic resources and social justice opportunities.
Members of 40 Latino clubs and organizations take pride in their cultural history this September.
Attendees were given a tour of the new facility after a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Hispanic/Latino students account for 14 percent of USC’s student population.
Speakers discuss their personal experiences with gang violence as part of Dia de los Muertos.
El Centro Chicano is slated to move out of the United University Church on June 1.
Students, alumni, faculty and parents attended a 40th anniversary dinner Saturday.
Experts say the 23.7 million voters who registered as Latino could change the course of the election.
Distracted riders problematic In the classic arcade game Frogger, one must maneuver from point to point while avoiding numerous hazards in the road. Jumping from left to right, one must always be on the lookout for potential collisions, as even a slight misstep could result in devastating catastrophe. Constant vigilance is key to traversing these […]