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Dornsife creates first civil rights undergraduate clinic

Students involved in the program will work alongside community activist partners.

Center for Political Future hosts zoom event discussing the future ahead for the Biden Administration

CPF Spring 2021 Fellows Former Rep. Barbra Comstock, Shaniqua McClendon, and Todd S. Purdum revisit yesterday’s Inauguration and provide clarity for what the future holds.

Keck to take over asymptomatic testing, transitioning away from Color

As coronavirus positivity rates rise, USC continues to vaccinate designated 1A population members and will enforce new requirements for campus access.

First 2,500 doses of Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine arrive at Keck Medical Center, USC Verdugo Hills Hospital

Vaccinations for USC health care workers begin as asymptomatic and symptomatic positivity rates at USC continue to rise following the Thanksgiving holiday.

USC Student Health prepares for vaccine distribution, spring semester amid surge in coronavirus cases

Students are strongly encouraged to either not return or delay their return to Los Angeles for Spring 2021.

Project Restart and beyond: A look at USC’s response to the pandemic

Since March, USC has navigated an unprecedented time.

Native American Student Assembly officially incorporated into USG, pair of resolutions passed

Undergraduate Student Government senators also passed a resolution to create a Transfer Student Assembly.

Karan Nevatia: More than a gifted writer

Karan found a home in the Daily Trojan newsroom among friends.

Marching in a maligned culture

The Trojan Marching Band experience has been defined by a toxic culture and secrecy.

Students react to Joe Biden win, critical of the future

After projections Saturday morning, some USC students attended celebrations.
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Students navigate the uncertainty of housing for the spring semester

With the spring semester just around the corner, students are facing uncertainty deciding where to live next semester.

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Election stress workshops help students

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To help students navigate the emotions and stress of a divisive election season, Counseling and Mental Health Services in USC Student Health has offered election stress workshops.

Students make plans for Spring 2021

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Following President Folt’s announcement that a mix of in-person and hybrid classes would depend on L.A. County’s approval, students decide what to do for the spring semester.