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Back to school: Navigating campus life during the coronavirus crisis

Thousands of students fled campus when the University closed in March. Now, USC is reopening — but life is far from back to normal.

Call to action: Confronting racial injustice on campus

Demands created by students and faculty over the summer urge USC to address and take action against anti-Blackness on campus.

Tyndall pleads not guilty to new charges

George Tyndall faces 35 criminal charges from his nearly three decades as USC gynecologist.

Coronavirus positivity rate spikes among students tested at Student Health

The increase in positive tests was attributed to group gatherings.

Financial Aid Office to create scholarship for students who remain at home

The $4,000-per-semester award will be implemented along with other financial aid adjustments for those staying in on- and off-campus housing.

Employee sues USC for alleged suppression of evidence

The complaint accuses the University of declining to release information to faculty and staff who sue it.
This is a front view of the entrance to Doheny Memorial Library. It is a sunny afternoon and the half of the building is in the shade.

Loughlin, Giannulli move for bond reduction

The couple initially agreed to a $1 million bond to ensure their appearance in court.

USC joins coalition of 19 universities in lawsuit against new ICE international student policy

President Carol Folt wrote that students were being used as leverage to reopen campuses in the fall.

Couple to plead guilty in Operation Varsity Blues

Diane and Todd Blake face a combined maximum sentence of six decades in prison.

SCA to remove John Wayne exhibit

The announcement walks back the school’s December decision to keep the exhibit with added context on the American West in film.

Cluster of coronavirus cases identified on the Row

Chief Health Officer Dr. Sarah Van Orman announced the cluster and increasing employee and student coronavirus rates in a communitywide email Thursday.

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