Students have the Wednesday before Thanksgiving off for the first time this year.
The university launched a campaign Tuesday aimed at changing bike culture.
Undergraduate Student Body President Monish Tyagi and Daily Trojan News Editor Rachel Bracker discuss the new bike campaign on campus.
Undergraduate Student Government President Monish Tyagi (left) discusses the upcoming event “Explore L.A.” with USG Director of Community Affairs Alex Sellers. Sellers said she expects about 500 students to attend the event this year, held at the Von KleinSmid Center Tuesday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., 200 more than did last year.
The new home page is not split between the course list and course bin to improve navigation.
Statistics show the youth labor force was at its highest level this summer since the recession began in 2007.
The goals of the campaign are aligned with the goals of the university’s strategic plan.
Undergraduate Student Government President Monish Tyagi emphasized providing students with an incredible experience Tuesday night when he was sworn into office. Tyagi pledged to provide all students with ‘the premier undergraduate experience,’ a phrase often used by Former President Chris Cheng. Cheng introduced Tyagi as someone who has already “worked extremely hard for this organization and for […]
Tyagi and Lachman hope to increase opportunities for USC students to provide more input.
About 20 students applied for the five positions available on the new USG executive board.