Vice President for Student Affairs Ainsley Carry announced that he will leave USC next year to become Vice President for Students at the University of British Columbia. In a campuswide email on Tuesday, Carry said he will stay until next April to prepare the position for his successor. “I have nothing but gratitude for my […]
During office hours in October, a student informed him of what she viewed as a regularity of nonconsensual drugging.
University leaders met with students to discuss approaches to student health.
Following protests on campus earlier in the day, student leaders and key authors of the campus climate resolution passed by the Undergraduate Student Government on Tuesday met with Vice President for Student Affairs Ainsley Carry and Provost Michael Quick at an open forum Thursday evening in the United University Church. “I’m the highest ranking academic […]
University administrators and faculty plan to vet outside candidates as well as those from USC.
Students hold discussion with director John Singleton on ‘Higher Learning’, on-campus race relations
Students gathered to discuss the current climate of race, class and social structure in the Ronald Tutor Campus Center Thursday night with USC alumnus and award-winning director John Singleton. Prior to the discussion, students screened John Singleton’s 1995 film Higher Learning, a movie focused on the personal and social progression of a group of diverse […]
Ainsley Carry is part of a reorganization of student affairs that will focus the department on students’ health, safety and involvement.