"While USC already has taken some steps on this front, such as the Trojans Care for Trojans program, the University must go even further."
"I hope that USC stays strong and maintains an open dialogue."
Regarding the Monday Daily Trojan feature, “International Students: Living in Two Worlds,” I believe that it is time for the University to pay more attention to a quarter of the student body at one of the top schools for international students. I am an alumnus living abroad, and have noted numerous disparities between USC’s advertisement […]
The notification went out at 12:23 p.m. last Monday morning, reading, “Police Activity at 610 Childs way JFF on UPC campus. Please avoid area, Shelter in place threat or danger to the USC community.” Out of all of the DPS notifications I have received, this one was different: It emphasized that there was a threat […]
In a Sept. 8 memo to students, Provost Michael Quick shared a memo stating that the University will not tolerate sexual misconduct in any form and that you take seriously your responsibility to handle sexual misconduct on campus. We thank Provost Quick and senior administrators for their commitment, and we call on them to act […]
Like so many on campus, I was shocked by the recent Los Angeles Times investigation into Dr. Carmen Puliafito, the former dean of USC’s Keck School of Medicine. The Times’ bombshell report outlining Puliafito’s behavior while at USC — from partying with prostitutes and criminals to his documented drug use in the dean’s office on […]
From the first time students step on the USC campus, they hear about the Trojan Family. They are welcomed into it, told of its legacy and embraced by its rich tradition. This can seem daunting, intangible, mythical, even far-fetched. But I can promise you that whether you are the first in your family to attend […]
Memorandum To: USC faculty, staff and students From: Black Student Assembly Subject: Statement of purpose Date: August 20, 2017 BSA will fight to protect and expand diversity At USC, we aspire to create a safe environment that accommodates and protects all natural rights, including the right to forge cultural and political alliances. Due to recent […]
“It is our choices, Harry, that show what we truly are, far more than our abilities.” The words of my childhood hero, Albus Dumbledore, resonate with me in the 20 days before I walk into a future with the choices I have made as a student these past three years at USC. Since last September, […]
This week, USC’s Graduate Student Government will open the first known emergency fund for international and undocumented students at an American university. The fund will provide emergency support for students facing revocation of their student visas as a result of the current administration’s actions (including this week’s updated executive order barring the citizens of six […]