Tag Archive for: Campus Cruiser
Students will no longer have to wait on the phone to call a Cruiser their way.
In the video above, USC students were asked on Tuesday about how they think of the partnership between Campus Cruiser and Uber. For the Spring 2015 semester, USC entered a test program with Uber to supplement the Campus Cruiser program by providing free Uber rides within the Campus Cruiser boundaries to students from Thursday to […]
The partnership is aimed to lessen wait times between Thursday and Sunday night.
USC announced new safety measures to improve security on the University Park Campus and the surrounding neighborhood on Thursday. The measures include adding additional neighborhood security ambassadors, upgrading security technology, instituting new safety education measures and expanding the service area of Campus Cruiser. The announcement comes three weeks after Xinran Ji, a 24-year-old male graduate […]
In an effort to offer the USC community better food choices, Bacaro now hosts a four-hour brunch on the first Sunday of each month.
Though an on-campus shooting last week prompted a slew of new safety measures, many high school seniors applying to USC are not more concerned about safety on the University Park Campus. USC Admissions did not respond to an immediate interview request, but the Frequently Asked Questions section address safety concerns by mentioning the Dept. of […]
It’s important to be aware of your surroundings wherever you are, but this is especially true for Trojans given our university’s location. In light of recent events on our campus, both on Halloween and last spring, it seems appropriate to address the issue of safety when going out at night. No matter how you go […]
The changes USC Transportation has implemented for the new school year could be a positive transition back into the fall semester for faculty and students alike.
The Los Angeles Police Department added 30 officers to the University Park area.
This week, the USC community mourned the death of two graduate students, Ying Wu and Ming Qu, after a fatal shooting in the area west of USC’s campus. There was no denying that a dark cloud hung over campus. Grieving is a natural process that most of us have been through at some point in […]