By Joseph Chen
The center employes seven people and has a maximum occupancy limit of eight.
By Joseph Chen
When the first residents moved onto the fifth floor of Fluor Tower in the Fall 1995 semester, they became the inaugural class of Somerville Place. The newly minted African-American floor, which celebrates its 20th anniversary this week, was created to help students transition to a predominantly white institution and create a support system of belonging […]
The event is part of a larger effort by the department to engage with the community.
The panels are estimated to generate 20 to 30 percent of the institute’s energy.
Protesters delivered a letter to University President C. L. Max Nikias during the rally.
After two days of negotiations, the Service Employees International Union, the labor union representing USC custodial staff, has reached an agreement about the workers’ labor contract with their employer, Aramark. USC service workers will be voting on whether or not to accept the terms of the new labor contract on Saturday at the SEIU headquarters. […]
The janitors will hold a vote to strike on Friday if an agreement is not reached.
In an effort to increase the number of minority storytellers in the entertainment industry, USC announced yesterday that the George Lucas Family Foundation will apportion $10 million from a previous donation to fund the education and recruitment of black and Hispanic students. “This gift will nurture the next generation of artists, supporting scholarships that enhance […]