In elementary and middle school, report cards were always effective in influencing student progression. Even then, however, complaints arose arguing that report cards weren’t accurate measures of determining development. But in a greater sense, that’s untrue. Report cards allow assessment of character highs and lows, specific areas for improvement and overall achievement. That’s why creating […]
LA city officials worry electronic cigarettes will increase the act of smoking.
Teddy Davis’s platform includes creating jobs and keeping neighborhoods clean.
The university can build on up to two million square feet in The Village lot.
Last Wednesday, Los Angeles City Council members approved the creation of a controversial city identification card that could be used by illegal immigrants to open bank accounts and access city services, such as libraries. The purpose of the cards is to incorporate Los Angeles’ vast undocumented population into civic life. This new policy only exacerbates […]
Many students says additional housing and retail could benefit the university, but others feel the plan could harm the community.
The Village at USC project might have cleared its final major hurdle last Wednesday when it was officially approved by a Los Angeles City Council committee. The University Village redevelopment project, however, still represents the bare minimum effort put forward by the university to accommodate community interests. At a public hearing last August, the City […]
New cardinal and gold flower beds, lampposts and a beautiful fountain are evidence of another season of successful summer construction at USC. One of the university’s upcoming projects, however, has come to a screeching halt.
Kris Klinger, director of USC Hospitality, says USC is looking at other universities’ policies.
The University Park Campus and Exposition Park will be located within one district.