Hosted by President Carol Folt, the event featured speakers including current students and notable alumnae.
Kaufman Connections, a community outreach program created in 2018, teaches hip-hop classes to students at the 32nd Street Elementary School.
The Senate also discussed funding for a new mental health initiative for recognized student organizations.
Edwin Porres Jr. addresses Latinx inclusivity in his film “Hóllyweird.
Dr. Julie Tilson received the award for her leadership and scholarship in education.
Tyler Joseph Ellis continues to thrive on the “for you page” of the musical theatre TikTok community.
The start-up, Rari Capital, allows users to receive a high yield on their assets without the hassle of going to the bank.
Founded in 2019, the group equips members with public speaking and legal skills.
Beginning March 1, USC will begin distributing the vaccine to on-campus workers, beginning with workers who have maintained campus throughout the pandemic.
The panel featured Los Angeles district attorney George Gascón, DPS Chief John Thomas and founder of 2nd Call Skipp Townsend.