In light of the impassioned protests and sit-ins here on campus these last few weeks, I feel it is my duty to articulate an alternative viewpoint to the one that most of this paper’s coverage has featured. The Student Coalition Against Labor Exploitation, as I understand it, wants USC to cancel its contract with JanSport. […]
The Student Coalition Against Labor Exploitation led four simultaneous sit-ins.
SCALE members took part in the sit-in for three hours but no official resolution was made.
According to Lindsay Bubar, only 25 percent of the California state legislature is female.
Worker Rights Constortium aims to end the production of USC apparel in sweatshops.
’ SC apparel needs closer look Dear USC Community, As faculty on campus, our labor is valued for our expertise in our fields and our teaching. Many students look up to us, and we help them find the paths they need to pursue professional life-long goals. But for those interested in making positive change on […]
The Student Coalition Against Labor Exploitation organized a candlelight vigil Thursday.
There was an embarassing incident last Thursday when an administration employee instructed Dept. of Public Safety officers to throw three doctorate students out of an event celebrating the groundbreaking of Wallis Annenberg Hall on suspicion of being protestors. The three second-year Ph.D. communication students — Alex Leavitt, Emma Bloomfield and Marcus Shepard — were falsely […]
Members of the Student Coalition Against Labor Exploitation protested on campus Wednesday.
Max Hoiland, a member of the Student Coalition Against Labor Exploitation and a senior majoring in cinematic arts-critical studies, leads a group of students near the intersection of Hoover Street and Jefferson Boulevard on Thursday. The students were protesting against USC because some USC apparel is made in sweat shops.