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Undergraduate classes moves primarily online for Fall 2020 amid pandemic

With Los Angeles County having yet to approve Project Restart, the University anticipates only 10-20% of classes to be conducted in person to minimize density on campus.

Students call for accountability over USG senator, affiliate’s racist, classist language

Undergraduate Student Government announced a senator’s resignation and a former assistant director's dissociation with USG after Students for Justice in Palestine condemned their actions and rhetoric.

DACA decision leaves students with momentary relief

Students and pro-immigrant rights groups’ advocacy continue despite verdict.

Incoming Rossier dean transitions amid pandemic

Pedro Noguera’s experience as an educator influences future plans for the School.

School of Cinematic Arts announces detailed plans for hybrid instruction, remote freshman courses

Dean Elizabeth Daley sent an email to incoming and continuing students outlining the fall semester’s hybrid learning approach.

USC celebrates Juneteenth with poetry, dance and reflection

The virtual event drew allies and Black members of the USC community to learn about the holiday.

USC resumes select on-campus activities

The announcement detailed health and safety protocols as faculty and staff return to campus.

Students take action to support Black lives

Since the movement’s start, groups have taken action by providing needed resources.

USC Libraries archive personal accounts during pandemic

The #StayatHome project aims to collect stories from Southern California.

An overdue outcome: Students’ multi-year advocacy efforts lead to institutional change

For students, the renaming is a small step in confronting USC’s structural racism.

Employee tests positive for coronavirus

The individual last worked at the Trojan Grounds Starbucks Thursday.

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