Tag Archive for: campus climate
By Joseph Chen
The vote on the resolution was postponed two weeks ago and passed with a 11-1 vote at the USG Senate meeting Tuesday. evening.
Finally, diversity proponents have won. We can’t let this momentum go to waste.
Social media has lit up in the last 48 hours regarding the Campus Climate Resolution, and after taking some time to collect my thoughts, I’ve decided to weigh in as a member of the student body who cares about seeing change on this campus. On the whole, the resolution is unquestionably a good thing. Discrimination […]
We’ve talked ourselves to death on diversity. We need action, and we need it now.
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The resolution will be voted on in two weeks with no further debate extensions.
The Office of Student Affairs said the campaign is about creating a “culture of care.”
The resolution calls on the administration to implement a series of reforms to make the campus climate more inclusive.
The Graduate Student Government introduced a resolution at its meeting Monday night, calling on the University to adopt policies that would “effectively measure and improve the diversity, equity and inclusion climate on USC’s campus relevant to ethnicity, gender and sexuality.” Typically, GSG votes on resolutions one month after they are introduced, but the senate voted […]