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JEP launches its virtual after-school program

JEP has instituted a new curriculum and database of short videos by student-tutors on a multitude of subjects, distributed across partnering elementary, middle and high schools this semester.

Graduate student creates publication to feature Black educators

“Higher Ed Conversations in Black,” launched through the USC Pullias Center for Higher Education, will offer a bimonthly space for stories and ideas on racial inequity in education to be shared.

Gould students launch small business legal research task force

More than 25 students from the Gould School of Law created a website under the small business legal research task force to assemble a list of resources for small businesses in Los Angeles.

USG cultural organizations denounce USC’s transparency on Marshall professor’s temporary suspension

Following professor Greg Patton’s suspension from teaching a course where he used a Chinese word that resembled an English racial slur, students, alumni and faculty have criticized the University’s actions.

Freshman creates organization to help underserved communities

New Colors has different projects under it focusing on social justice and equity issues such as Aprende Ingles for free English education for low-income Spanish-speaking adults and New Colors - New Hope, an advocacy project for homelessness.

USG Senate confirms new executive cabinet

Undergraduate Student Government President Gabe Savage and Vice President Trinity Moore look to increase diversity in the organization through their cabinet appointees.

Sophomore creates preparatory and essay service for college applicants

Through her organization, Ava Sanchez helps applicants by reviewing personal essays.

USC hires new chief investment officer to senior leadership team

Former managing director of private investments and real assets at Northwestern University Amy Diamond will start Oct. 15.

USC senior chats about ‘Avatar,’ Black Lives Matter and spills the ‘quaran-tea’ in her laid-back podcast

Cherise Cayetano started “CC’Me” to cure her quarantine boredom this summer, but has plans to continue covering topics inspired by her conversations with friends.

Viterbi program develops empathy, community alongside engineering curriculum

The Reverse Engineering Engineering Education program aims to help freshmen transition to the school and feel valued beyond their academic skills.

In isolation, Roski alumna documents history

The Great Pause Project is also in partnership with the Arch Mission Foundation to archive the capsule to be sent on a lunar module by 2022.

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