Of the last five Undergraduate Student Government presidents, three have been members of the Sigma Chi fraternity. In addition, four of the past five winning president and vice presidential tickets have included one member from Sigma Chi. The fraternity is one of 23 active houses in USC’s Interfraternity Council. And though other IFC fraternities have […]
The initiative has reserved between 50 and 100 parking spots in Parking Structure 1.
Students were welcomed to speak about how USC can become a safer campus.
The largest approved allocation was a $67,000 distribution to the Concerts Committee, which will use the money for the Springfest.
Professor Shana Redmond delivered the keynote address on student activism at USC.
USG elections for next semester will now begin on a Monday rather than a Tuesday.
USC’s Undergraduate Student Government provided free transportation to the event.
Thirteen percent of the Undergraduate Student Government’s budget goes to its members, while the average in the Pac-12 is 5.3 percent.
The director of Academic Affairs announced a plan to raise $20 million for the renovation of Leavey Library, USC’s newest library.
USG’s assistant director of wellness affairs spoke about faulty Lyon Center equipment.