JEP has instituted a new curriculum and database of short videos by student-tutors on a multitude of subjects, distributed across partnering elementary, middle and high schools this semester.
“Higher Ed Conversations in Black,” launched through the USC Pullias Center for Higher Education, will offer a bimonthly space for stories and ideas on racial inequity in education to be shared.
The Undergraduate Student Government Senate also discussed budget cuts implemented by USC for the rest of the fall semester.
The latest admissions profile reveals key details unique to this group of newly-accepted USC students.
Lyndzi Ramos aims to capture diverse experiences and prioritize representation in her artwork.
Jaryn Valdry and her team at the USC chapter spearheaded the chapter’s groundwork and plans for virtual events over the summer.
Over the summer, the founders of Torch Global, Inc. won the Iovine and Young Academy Social Impact Prize for creating Torch Tiles that regulate tent temperatures and humidity.
Through her leadership roles, Jaya Hinton helps to create a more inclusive campus.
More than 25 students from the Gould School of Law created a website under the small business legal research task force to assemble a list of resources for small businesses in Los Angeles.
Following professor Greg Patton’s suspension from teaching a course where he used a Chinese word that resembled an English racial slur, students, alumni and faculty have criticized the University’s actions.