The McDonald’s swim stadium renovation caused plumbing issues in Cafe 84.
Students provide their opinions on USC’s new dining options midway through the semester.
The city comes in eighth out of 10 California cities ranked by immigrant friendliness.
In an attempt to provide more dining choices, Traditions extends its hours and offers students a new lunch menu.
Café 84, now a dining hall, will feature a crepe station and hand-scooped ice cream.
Residential dining facilities are among several buildings undergoing renovation over the summer.
Café 84 will be converted into a dining hall and remodeled after Whole Foods stores.
Fostering community isn’t just about providing funding. Campus organizations grant students the opportunity to express themselves, satisfy their interests and share their passion with others. In turn, these organizations make USC a better place to live and learn. But while the community thrives on its own, it relies on the university to support it. Fostering […]