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Sophomore wins competition with her proposal for a cashless donation system

Neha Halebleed was one of the two USC students who won the Reimagine Challenge 2020.

Progress Without Profit: Nonprofits’ role in vaccine passports should extend to distribution

As nonprofits help create vaccine passport apps, they should work to ensure equitable global vaccine distribution.

“Let’s do something about it:” A look into efforts to create an inclusive curriculum

The community weighs in on USC’s diversity requirement. For some – it’s not enough.

USC works with LA County on coronavirus study

The collaboration study aimed to understand how widespread the coronavirus was within the county.

Class of 2025 admits react to admissions decisions

The class of 2025 saw an increase in students who identify as Black, Latinx or first generation amid a decrease in the total acceptance rate to 12%.

Annenberg hosts discussion on mental health, social media during the pandemic

Dean Willow Bay was joined by Dr. Vivek Murthy and Jim Steyer in conversation about a groundbreaking new research report on the mental health of today’s young adults.

Nonprofit Stemnova advances STEM education

Stemnova piloted its Exploring Climate Change Program in three U.S. middle schools.
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Memes fuel political discourse through unbiased dialogue

Online discourse can be benefited through the democratization of satire.

Areias, Warren, new cabinet sworn into office

The 140th Undergraduate Student Government concluded its term at the weekly Senate meeting Tuesday and the 141th Senate was sworn in.

Keck professor shares coronavirus work with White House task force

Dr. Lourdes Baezconde-Garbanati’s work promotes vaccination accessibility among Latinx communities in Los Angeles.

Cup of Troy revives the Trojan spirit

A student-owned and operated cafe that features live music offers a new community space amid the pandemic.

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Student and alumna create space to discuss media and mental health


In an age where mental health issues are at the forefront of many minds, senior Josie Bullen and alumna Zoe Brown are using social media to increase awareness and education on the matter.  The Mental Health Content Collective took off as an organization within the last year, creating a space where people can discuss media […]