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USG finalizes budget allocations, department nominations

President Alexis Areias encouraged programming assemblies to hold joint events rather than fundraise.

Professors eagerly await a campus return after over a year of zoom

Instructors look forward to welcoming students to in-person classes after semesters of remote learning.

Freshmen and transfer students reflect on their first year online

These students had to take an active role in building community without a traditional first year on campus.

USC alumna co-founds platform for simple and affordable wills

Emma Reynolds created Heirloom after she witnessed the obstacles some people face when creating wills.

State of the university addresses university achievements and next steps

President Carol Folt discussed the coronavirus pandemic, DEI initiatives and sustainability.

University struggles to connect students to disability resources

Immunocompromised and disabled students have had to advocate for themselves for the accommodations they need.

Gould offers new undergraduate minors

The Gould School of Law will offer the new undergraduate minors starting in Fall 2021.

Former Marshall student files sexual harassment suit against professor

Professor C.W. Park and USC face several allegations including gender violence and failure to prevent discrimination and harassment.

Longtime former Song Girls coach created a toxic environment and engaged in persistent harmful behavior, the Los Angeles Times reports

The former coach, Lori Nelson, is now the subject of an ongoing Title IX inquiry.
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USG creates special coronavirus taskforce

The Senate also discussed the 2022 fiscal budget, which grew due to the increased student programming fee.

Career podcast shares professional insight for students

“Unconventional Hustlers” provides students information about various career paths.

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