Students were frightened by news of false shooting incident from a Trojans Alert message.
DPS made the right decision to send out a prompt alert Monday night rather than wait.
Reports of a shooting on Monday night led the Dept. of Public Safety to send two Trojans Alerts to the USC community. One alerted students, faculty and staff to an alleged shooting near Exposition Boulevard, and the second said that early reports were unfounded and the area was safe. According to DPS Capt. David Carlisle, […]
The Los Angeles Police Department has detained two suspects following a shooting that injured four people near the Ronald Tutor Campus Center at approximately 11:45 p.m. on Wednesday, according to campus authorities. Only one of the four victims is in critical condition and as of approximately 2 a.m. was undergoing surgery at California Hospital Medical […]
Two students were shot at a party several blocks west of campus early Sunday morning.
Some students woke up Sunday morning still shaken by the events of the previous night, during which an armed gunman wounded two USC students after a confrontation escalated at a party at West 37th Place and Catalina Street. But when most reached for their phones, there was no Trojans Alert to be found, no email […]
This house can learn, too Service learning is the foundation that the Joint Educational Project House is built on. To say that extra credit is “handed out” to volunteers would be a severe understatement. JEP volunteers must earn whatever credit they receive, and the tasks JEP volunteers undertake vary based on which courses they participate […]
USC students cannot afford to wait for the next disaster without being prepared for it.
Students at a party on 29th Street on Friday night hit the ground when they heard gunshots fired around 12:30 a.m. They didn’t know what was happening or if they were safe. And because USC’s Dept. of Public Safety never issued a Trojans Alert, those students were never given an easy way to get answers […]
Phone, email and Internet connectivity were lost this morning in select areas on the Health Sciences Campus because of a flood, but most problems have now been fixed. A pipe was inadvertently cut, which flooded the vault where IT equipment and applications are kept, according to HSC media relations spokeswoman Leslie Ridgeway. About 100 phones […]