In response to student criticisms, the political science and international relations department task force look to share resources related to representation and inclusion.
The petition cites that scheduling conflicts will impede on civic participation.
DivestSC looks to continue to urge USC administrators to divest and reinvest.
Free flu vaccines are offered at mobile coronavirus test sites and serve as a practice for operational rollout of coronavirus vaccines.
Raymond Rapada, a senior majoring in journalism, previously served as the managing editor and former opinion editor. He will serve as editor-in-chief for the remainder of the Fall semester.
The latest admissions profile reveals key details unique to this group of newly-accepted USC students.
New Colors has different projects under it focusing on social justice and equity issues such as Aprende Ingles for free English education for low-income Spanish-speaking adults and New Colors - New Hope, an advocacy project for homelessness.
As students move back into the surrounding neighborhood, small and large gatherings that violate health orders put the South Central community at risk.
Thousands of students fled campus when the University closed in March. Now, USC is reopening — but life is far from back to normal.
The scholarship looks to honor McElhaney’s dedication to social justice.