The anti-rape, anti-Trump demonstration was organized by the Coalition for Community Control Over the Police.
Faculty and students organized to advocate for justice and tolerance toward minorities.
Students and faculty discussed foreign policy tensions between the United States and China.
Panelists aimed to predict what the President-elect would say in his address.
Strategists, political consultants, journalists and professors spoke about the course of the election.
Students promoted the Black Lives Matter movement at USC following racial discrimination incidents across the country.
65 Days Toward Unity aims to bridge the gap created during a bitter election cycle.
One topic was whether Trump will become more moderate while in office.
Fewer people came to vote at the Ronald Tutor Campus Center than in 2008 or 2012.
Protestors gathered at City Hall, where they challenged Tuesday’s election outcome.