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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.

Loughlin, Giannulli move for bond reduction

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

USG president resigns amid claims of racial misconduct

In light of the allegations regarding Truman Fritz’s behavior, Black student activists like rising senior Abeer Tijani circulated a petition and filed a formal complaint with USG calling for his impeachment.

USC announces new Title IX leadership to comply with federal investigation

The Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights mandated sweeping reforms, including the restructuring of the University’s Title IX Office, following its determination that USC failed students in its handling of the George Tyndall scandal.

International students at risk of deportation, barred entry in the fall due to new ICE visa policies

Students attending U.S. universities are not allowed to take fully online course loads this fall.

A digital movement: Creating a safe space for Black Trojans seeking institutional change

The @black_at_usc Instagram page provides a community for Black students, faculty, staff and alumni to speak out on their experiences of anti-Blackness at USC.

Athletic officials’ Varsity Blues case to continue

A federal judge declined to dismiss charges in court Wednesday.

Undergraduate classes move primarily online for Fall 2020 amid pandemic

With Los Angeles County having yet to approve Project Restart, the University anticipates only 10-20% of classes to be conducted in person to minimize density on campus.

Students call for accountability over USG senator, affiliate’s racist, classist language

Undergraduate Student Government announced a senator’s resignation and a former assistant director's dissociation with USG after Students for Justice in Palestine condemned their actions and rhetoric.

Van Orman announces new fall housing, hybrid instruction and health measures

USC looks to reduce campus density through single occupancy housing and limited social gatherings

Thornton creates scholarship commemorating Victor McElhaney

The scholarship looks to honor McElhaney’s dedication to social justice.

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