In February 2017, graduate student Staci L. Young founded USC’s first Student-Parent Association (SPA). This organization consists of currently enrolled USC students of all levels who are either pregnant or parents. Young, a Master of Communication Management student, single-handedly founded the organization before it was recognized by the University. As the organization’s president, Young focuses […]
Administrators say sending students to local treatment centers is sufficient to treat potential sexual assault.
The lone fatality of a lightning strike at Venice Beach on Sunday was identified by his uncle as 20-year-old Nick Fagnano, an incoming junior transfer student to USC, according to Southern California Public Radio, 89.3 KPCC. Fagnano graduated from Notre Dame High School in Sherman Oaks, Calif. in 2012 and previously attended Santa Barbara City […]
A 24-year-old Chinese male graduate student was found dead Thursday morning on the fourth floor of City Park Apartments on W. 30th Street and Vermont Avenue. According to LAPD Sergeant Barry Montgomery, LAPD Southwest division received a radio call from an ambulance at 7 a.m. Thursday to investigate a death. When officers arrived, they discovered the […]
Greg Woodburn first started the project in 2006 with the goal of collecting 100 shoes.
Peter Lee Johnson, a sophomore majoring in popular music performance, is at the forefront of the rebellion that our generation heralds, but he once shared in the same uncertainty that most college applicants face amid the cautionary din of overzealous parents. From the age of 4 Johnson was immersed in classical music, a hobby that […]
Many students expect next year’s gubernatorial election will reignite political involvement at the university.