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Thousands of students fled campus when the University closed in March. Now, USC is reopening — but life is far from back to normal.
The University has not yet received county approval to reopen in person.
George Tyndall faces 35 criminal charges from his nearly three decades as USC gynecologist.
The complaint accuses the University of declining to release information to faculty and staff who sue it.
The former campus gynecologist now faces 35 charges and up to 64 years in prison.
In light of the allegations regarding Truman Fritz’s behavior, Black student activists like rising senior Abeer Tijani circulated a petition and filed a formal complaint with USG calling for his impeachment.
The @black_at_usc Instagram page provides a community for Black students, faculty, staff and alumni to speak out on their experiences of anti-Blackness at USC.
With Los Angeles County having yet to approve Project Restart, the University anticipates only 10-20% of classes to be conducted in person to minimize density on campus.
Undergraduate Student Government announced a senator’s resignation and a former assistant director's dissociation with USG after Students for Justice in Palestine condemned their actions and rhetoric.
The scholarship looks to honor McElhaney’s dedication to social justice.