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The civil rights leader was the final speaker during the Latinx Heritage Month series.
The minor, News and Information, was designed to make journalists equipped to work in a “modern media landscape.”
Mary Fernandez has worked with local neighborhoods via her Mellon Mays Fellowship.
Through her recent work, Davani and the paper’s co-authors found that AI models reflect biases of their creators in identifying hate speech.
Free flu vaccines are offered at mobile coronavirus test sites and serve as a practice for operational rollout of coronavirus vaccines.
With limited sexual health advice, students are trying to find ways to still get it on.
Movement Network provides free physical therapy treatment and education for those engaged in social justice.
Raymond Rapada, a senior majoring in journalism, previously served as the managing editor and former opinion editor. He will serve as editor-in-chief for the remainder of the Fall semester.
The Kaufman senior started a company and released a book this summer, both aiming to provide practical resources to improve gender inclusivity.
The Undergraduate Student Government Senate also discussed budget cuts implemented by USC for the rest of the fall semester.