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Photo of a stocked fridge with various food items including a variety of vegetables and bags of trail mix. On the closed fridge door marker scripted words read “Free Food!!” and “Take what you need.”

Student-led community fridge provides accessible food

Local shops and eateries have donated their excess food to the fridge created by USC Community Health Involvement Project.
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Student nonprofit provides food and supplies to unhoused populations in Bay Area

Since Hope Hearted’s launch, the organization has delivered food and sanitary supply kits to shelters and food banks such as Second Harvest.

Petition calls on USC to cancel synchronous classes on Election Day

The petition cites that scheduling conflicts will impede on civic participation.

USC joins lawsuit against federal government move to restrict H-1B visas

The proposed visa restrictions would narrow eligibility and wage requirements.

IYA grad student creates community activism app

Candace Walker worked with a team to create ‘JUST US’ to record encounters with police.

Trojan Vision takes on the virtual semester

Away from the studio, the television station maintains production efforts from home.
A group of students stand in front of the red brick building of student union holding banners

Students relaunch fossil fuel divestment campaign

DivestSC looks to continue to urge USC administrators to divest and reinvest.

USC announces pass/no pass option for fall semester

President Folt announced the grading option on Instagram Wednesday along with an update on spring semester activities.

Latinx community sees little growth in representation

Five percent of faculty are Latinx, a three percentage point increase since 2001.

Proud to be Latinx

Latinx students strive to preserve their identities at USC while finding community on campus.

A look back: Latinx at USC

Over the years, Latinx students have worked to claim a home on campus.

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