In 2013, the Office of Civil Rights launched a federal investigation into USC’s Title IX office. Though the University has taken action, students say there is still more to be done.
The new facility replaced a women’s restroom on the second floor of Student Union.
Senators discussed goals for these branches, such as expanding food options in libraries.
Ainsley Carry is part of a reorganization of student affairs that will focus the department on students’ health, safety and involvement.
Members of Student Coalition Against Rape (SCAR) are leading the push to bring attention to student victims of sexual assault.
Without the administration’s support, sexual assault survivors are left in the dark.
On March 10, the women’s sand volleyball team played its inaugural match. Sand volleyball, USC’s newest sport, is USC’s 12th women’s athletic team. The inaugural match was timely because of the recent celebration of the 40th anniversary of Title IX. Commonly referenced in regards to equality in women’s athletics, many overlook Title IX’s initial purpose. […]
USC’s decision to add women’s sand volleyball and lacrosse a product of strategy, legislation.
Nobody cares about Lonnie White. Nobody cares that as a former USC wide receiver from 1982 to 1986, White pocketed roughly $14,000 in extra benefits. Nobody cares that he sold his season ticket allotment. Nobody cares that, in doing so, he violated NCAA rules. We’re numb to this now. Unless Yahoo! Sports were to learn […]