It’s important to be aware of your surroundings wherever you are, but this is especially true for Trojans given our university’s location. In light of recent events on our campus, both on Halloween and last spring, it seems appropriate to address the issue of safety when going out at night. No matter how you go […]
The university’s Master Plan will bring much-needed changes in safety, as well as key growth to USC and the neighboring area.
USC’s campus simply can’t be made bike friendly; students should switch to longboards.
This week, the USC community mourned the death of two graduate students, Ying Wu and Ming Qu, after a fatal shooting in the area west of USC’s campus. There was no denying that a dark cloud hung over campus. Grieving is a natural process that most of us have been through at some point in […]
LAPD says hazard lights and inclement weather made the victims an easy target.
Prison officers deserve more freedom to use strip searches in order to protect themselves and other prison inmates from serious harm.
Counseling visits for mental health at USC has increased by 6,000 per year since 2003.
Officials reassure students international offices will keep study abroad students safe.
More than 2,500 U.S. citizens are arrested each year while abroad, the government said.
President C. L. Max Nikias said neighborhood will be secure for those who live west of campus.