On Thursday, I fully intend on walking into Bovard Auditorium, taking a seat and attending Shapiro’s lecture.
As our fellow students and allied organizations across campus continue to spread the word and sound the alarm, we are often met with surprise that we take offense at this so-called moderate speaker on our campus.
Institutions must deal with the exposure of various scandals, and USC is no exception.
This letter was co-signed by 55 other USC students and alumni, ranging in class from 1989 to 2021, who wish to remain anonymous.
This letter was penned by USG senators and a former USG official.
Letter to the Editor: When handling Tyndall case, the University must give victims a seat at the table
Dana Loewy is part of the largest group of women to sue the University and former health center gynecologist George Tyndall.
I am writing to the editor to plead that the University of Southern California require access to naloxone in higher-risk areas of our community.
Letter to the Editor: Ridley-Thomas donation is valuable to academic community, it shouldn’t be riddled by scandal
The Los Angeles Times article detailing this scandal is filled with innuendoes and veiled accusations.
Letter to the Editor: Health center gynecologist scandal should not have destroyed Nikias’ reputation as USC president
Those who incited Nikias’ ouster — and sullied his name indelibly — with no investigation to show him culpable, have lost their own moral authority in seeking to impugn his.
The point of the #MeToo movement isn’t just to exorcise Harvey Weinstein or any individual from prominence. It is to declare sexually oppressive behavior disqualifying.