USC experts weigh in on ChatGPT and OpenAI’s meteoric rise

OpenAI is facing a stern reality check as legal and ethical quandaries loom.
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Students, experts uncertain over latest loan forgiveness developments

President Biden announced an additional $9 billion in student loan forgiveness.

USC neglected federal aid law, report finds

The Department of Education recommended a review of aid records.

USC spent $1.7 million in three years lobbying government. Where did it go?

Immigration policy, a Department of Defense water reuse program and Pell Grants are among the issues the University advocated for.

Work-study under threat in latest college funding proposals

USC students received $632 million from federal financial aid programs in 2020-21, the highest and four times the average among other elite universities.

USC’s divestment from fossil fuels prescribed key updates

The University has a 10-year process to liquidate its fossil fuel investments, including oil and gas.

‘Show me the money’: Students call for transparency amid tuition increase

Undergraduate tuition was raised by 5% for a second consecutive academic year.

Experts, students weigh interest rate hikes amid bank turmoil

The Fed raised interest rates March 22, which could extend a series of bank failures.

Students, experts discuss historic Silicon Valley Bank failure

The firm’s shares plunged 60% Thursday before regulators shuttered its operations.